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Today on STEM Spots, we revisit a conversation about granular systems with Dr. Surajit Sen. Dr. Sen is a professor of physics from the University at Buffalo. Listen to the segment below.

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Vaccines have been part and parcel of our lives for hundreds of years. But what types are there and how do they really work? To get some of the inside information, we went to the Saint Louis University Center for Vaccine Development and its director, Dr. Daniel Hoft. He stops by (virtually) to talk about the history and inner workings of vaccines this week on STEM Spots. Listen to the segment below.

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In this week's episode of STEM Spots, Dr. David Cornelison speaks with Becky Baker, the director of operations at Missouri Institute of Natural Science, about some of the projects she is working on for MINS. Listen to the segment below.

This week on STEM Spots, Dave speaks with Dr. Keri Franklin about her new initiative through the department of education for the $4mil Coders grant.

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  It has been clear for some time that everyone, no matter their locale, will see a future filled with both robots and the use of artificial intelligence.  How we face this inevitability and what pathways are likely, depends to a great deal on the legislation set by governmental agencies, from the city to international level.  Up until now, most of the groundwork has been laid by either industry participants or non-profits that deal with technological policy.  One such group is Brookings Institution, based in Washington DC.  Darrell West, a VP of Governance Studies at the institution, has w

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This week, Dr. Cornelison sits down with key faculty of the MSU Speech Pathology Clinic.

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This week on STEM Spots, Host, Dr. Dave Cornelison sits down with Physics Professor, Dr. Kartik Ghosh to discuss his research on the coronavirus.

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Students at Missouri State University are always on the lookout for extracurricular activities to complement the coursework in their majors. 

So when students in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program learned about a national competition sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers, they jumped at the chance to participate. 

For this week's episode of STEM Spots, Aaron Abrudan, one of the team members, stops by to talk about the motivation behind and challenges of building a Baja Dune Buggy, as part of a student-comprised group of MET Bears. 

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Host David Cornelison interviews Nicholas Rogers, a student at Missouri State, about his impressions of his summer program in Lincoln, Nebraska. 

From the differences in equipment, knowledge, and research techniques, the discussion explores the opportunities offered to students in different locations.