SLU Tests New Stronger Flu Vaccine St. Louis University researchers begin a new study on a high dose flu vaccine given to the elderly.
SLU Breaks Ground on New Hospital FacilityLater this morning, ground breaking ceremonies for the new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital.
Record Enrollment at SLU Despite LayoffsSt. Louis University has seen one of the largest first-year classes in the school's 200 year history despite layoffs.
SLU Researchers Receive Funding for TB TreatmentThe National Institutes of Health is funding Saint Louis University researchers to come up with a new and more effective treatment for drug resistant tuberculosis.
SLU Studies Look at Possible Life on Other PlanetsSLU Chemists get a big grant to study what life may look like on other planets.
SLU Brain Surgery Research Gains National AttentionSt. Louis University neurosurgeons are the first in the world to study what's called awake aneurysm surgery.
Diabetes Drug Could Delay DementiaSt.Louis University researchers get a nearly half million dollar grant to study the relationship between dementia and a diabetes drug.
Preparing for August Solar Eclipse - With a Weather BalloonResearchers and students at St. Louis University worked to fill up and test-launch a Radiosonde -- or weather balloon -- today, in advance of August's total solar eclipse.
SLU Making Progress on Zika VaccineWith the start of the mosquito season, St. Louis University researchers say they are making progress on their study of a Zika vaccine.
Firefighters Battle Flames at SLU Science BuildingNo one has been reported injured.
SLU Freshman Arrested, Charged With Rape On CampusColten Bonk, 19, allegedly strangled the woman repeatedly early Saturday while pulling her hair and biting her face and lips.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Katie Ambrose, USA Basketball at United World GamesThis 7th grader will leave the country for the first time in her life to represent the US in girls basketball at the United World Games, next month.