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Data to Decisions Drives BioNexus KC’s Annual Dinner
Data to Decisions Drives BioNexus KC’s Annual Dinner

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New health technologies are rapidly emerging and often produce machines, medicines, or therapies that can treat illnesses and improve patient outcomes. We owe…

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New Missouri Program Aims to Connect Science and Lawmakers
New Missouri Program Aims to Connect Science and Lawmakers

When faced with a difficult decision, it is crucial to understand and research all aspects of the issue. Only with all the available information can the appropriate action …

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UMKC, K-State 1Data Team Advancing One Health Research
UMKC, K-State 1Data Team Advancing One Health Research

Imagine if every time a chef made a pizza, they had to relearn how to craft the crust, create the sauce, and then research the order to assemble it together. The pizzas mig…

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MU Dean Discovers Multifaceted Inspiration
MU Dean Discovers Multifaceted Inspiration

Inspiration has a divine element because sometimes its source is beyond explanation. For Carolyn J. Henry, DVM, MS, Dean at the University of Missouri (MU) College of Veter…

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8 Key Takeaways from WISER KC
8 Key Takeaways from WISER KC

Women in Science, Entrepreneurship, and Research (WISER) came together on June 10, 2019 to learn, share, and promote each other at the 2019 WISER KC Conference. The event w…

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Oldest School in KC Achieves Exclusive STEM Certification
Oldest School in KC Achieves Exclusive STEM Certification

When a school has been around for over a century, it has witnessed more than one cultural change. St Teresa’s Academy (STA) has not only thrived as an institution of empowe…

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K-State Professor Teaches Science and How to Explain it
K-State Professor Teaches Science and How to Explain it

Effective communication can be the most fantastic conductor for change, for both cells and scientists. Dr. Michi Tobler, Associate Professor of Biology at Kansas State Univ…

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Saint Luke’s Cardiologist Battles Leading Killer of Women
Saint Luke’s Cardiologist Battles Leading Killer of Women

Women have long impacted medicine, clinical research, and healthcare, but only recently have gender differences in disease been a driver towards change. Dr. Tracy Stevens, …

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