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Dire devastation of snake species follows floods
Owen Sexton discusses his research on snakes at conservation areas and what needs to be done to preserve the population in these areas.
Science outreach program helps students and mentors
The Young Scientist Program (YSP) started in 1991 to focus, educate and inspire St. Louis City public high school students gain interest in science and scientific careers.
Researchers track snakes to study populations, behaviors
Wayne Drda, Washington University researcher, explains how he and a team of researchers from the St. Louis Zoo and Saint Louis University are tracking the populations and observing the behaviors of timber rattlesnakes and copperheads in eastern Missouri.
Undergraduate paves way for NASA Mars mission
A Washington University undergraduate student in Earth and Planetary Sciences in Arts & Sciences is playing a key role in finding a safe, non-rocky environment on Mars for the Phoenix lander. NASA veteran Raymond Arvidson and undergraduate Tabatha Heet describe how they've found their spot.
Photocatalytic cell provides low-cost option to produce hydrogen
Pratim Biswas has developed a unique photocatlytic cell that splits water to produce hydrogen and oxygen using sunlight and the power of a nanostructured catalyst. The discovery provides a new, low cost and efficient option for hydrogen production and can be used for a variety of distributed energy applications.
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