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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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If You Build It, They Will Come; KC Builder Continues to Expand the Life Sciences Industry
If You Build It, They Will Come; KC Builder Continues to Expand the Life Sciences Industry

Nature is planned, deliberate, and gradual but when it is finished it can accomplish something truly grand. When a good plan is executed, with every component doing its job…

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KCU Students Uncovering Cause of Heart Defects in Infants
KCU Students Uncovering Cause of Heart Defects in Infants

The professionals that deserve parades often are not the ones that get them. The work of researchers is far behind the curtain, but the understanding of a specific disease …

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Children’s Mercy Heart Doctor Expands Reach Through Telemedicine
Children’s Mercy Heart Doctor Expands Reach Through Telemedicine

Technology, at its best, removes borders and creates better access to information and services. Dr Lindsey Malloy Walton, Pediatric Electrophysiologist at Children’s Mercy,…

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KUMC Scientist Collaborates to Solve Childhood Disorders 
KUMC Scientist Collaborates to Solve Childhood Disorders 

Sunday evening is lab night in Dr. Jay Vivian’s kitchen. His assistant is his twelve-year-old daughter. Whether it’s a recipe in the kitchen or a prototype in the lab, the …

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Stowers Scientist Tackles the Mystery of Regeneration
Stowers Scientist Tackles the Mystery of Regeneration

Why can’t human beings regrow an arm? That may seem like a ridiculous question, but if salamanders and sea stars regenerate limbs and appendages when they are adults, why c…

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