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Acoustic engineering, pipeline leaks; tracking pelicans, and meet the CEO of GM
The speed of light with peeps, climate change, and engineering a bomb-sniffing locust.
Tech-savvy farming, community microgrid, a therapy for soldiers and a pre-k STEM program.
Electromagnetic football, "The War on Science,” robotics summer camp, squid ink.
Leather goods from fungus, metal 3D printing; altering photosynthesis; and women in STEM.
Turf grass science; an app for tenants, a unique look at aging and assistive technology.
A dancing wheelchair; tech that promotes civic engagement; spider silk; and beer science.
Snowboarding; the Maker Movement; women and the Space Race; and tracking grizzly bears.
A cathedral is using acoustic engineering to better their sound quality.
The CEO of General Motors shares her story
An investigation of the technology that monitors pipeline leaks
Tracking pelican with solar power
A St. Louis lab is engineering a bomb-sniffing locust.
NPR'S Science reporter, Adam Cole demonstrates how to find the speed of light with peeps.
How is the water cycle affected by change in climate over time?
A community microgrid that will change the way energy is bought and sold.