Science Matters | November 18, 2015
Local kids are challenged to design and build a robot using from a small motor, a battery and the head of a toothbrush.
Stan Musial didn’t need brain sensors and advanced mathematics to hit a baseball, but that may be the future of hitting instruction.
The development of the super-strong, super-thin material graphene won two scientists a Nobel Prize, but now the challenge is finding how to use it.
In the 1920s, advanced technology made it possible to travel from one end of the country to the other in 48 hours, with St. Louis an important stop along the way.