When the InSight spacecraft landed on Mars last year, the video of St. Louisan Brooke Harper’s touchdown-inspired celebration went viral.
The effort to save the endangered amphibians native to Ozark streams.
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A local doctor comes up with a way to get babies to take their medicine, microbial cloud, Crater Lake crayfish, robots in classroom, Minecraft in schools.
STEM Expo at the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show, post-war seaplane on the St. Louis riverfront, archaeologists dig into a revolutionary war battlefield, plastic objects in our oceans.
FIRST robotics championships, LaunchCode’s executive director Brendan Lind, mapping ocean floor, Drone racing, “bouba-kiki effect.
Greater Prairie Chickens, Beluga Whales, Ainissa Ramirez, technology in school art room.
Danforth Plant Science Center new wing, epigenetics, tunable color surface, ants & traffic.
SIU plant scientist’s experiment, arctic sparrows, Peter DeMenocal, physical therapy.
St. Louis Science Center’s YES program, Ainissa Ramirez, the jerboa, neurotechnology.
Nitrogen on Pluto, Cubesats, America’s Test Kitchen hosts, Florida manatees.