To Help Reduce Mosquito Population, Scientists Unleashing 20 Million Of ThemWhile it may sound counter-intuitive, the scientists' plan will hopefully reduce the number of disease-carrying mosquitoes, according to NPR's report.
Scientists Reverse Brain Damage In Toddler After Drowning AccidentEden Carlson suffered brain damage from a drowning incident, but saw much of the damage reversed after doctors used oxygen therapy.
Fontbonne Scientist's Summer Program Wants More 'Girls in Science'Every summer for two weeks, Dr. Kelly Lane-deGraaf opens her lab at Fontbonne University for her free girls-in-science summer science experience.
Missourians Mark Earth Day 2017Saturday rally in Kansas City and two-day fest at Muny Grounds in Forest Park among the events
Behind The Scenes at Missouri Botanical Garden’s Sustainability Open HouseHave you ever wondered about the day-to-day duties of scientists at the Missouri Botanical Garden? Well, wonder no more!
8 Missouri Universities Share $5M Grant for STEM RecruitmentThe National Science Foundation is giving a $5 million grant to be shared by eight Missouri universities to encourage more minorities to get STEM degrees.
Murmuration Festival Begins Today at CortexThe festival starts at 6 tonight and runs through the weekend.
VIDEO: Learn How to 'GROW' at the St. Louis Science CenterGROW opens to the public on Saturday.
Germany's Bayer in Talks to Buy Crop Seeds Company MonsantoSt. Louis-based Monsanto said late Wednesday that it was reviewing Bayer's proposal.
Chinese Scientists Create Genetically Edited BeaglesThe scientists told CBS News the dogs will have twice as much muscle, run faster and be better hunters.
Studio B with Carol Daniel: Women in ScienceCarol Daniel talks to Dr. Toni Kutchan about her message to girls who might not think science or technology is for them.
North St. Louis Charter School Is A First For MissouriHawthorn Leadership is an all-girls public STEM school.