Fire of Chimpanzees

Crickette Sanz and Dave Morgan talk about their work in the Congo with chimpanzees. 

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Evolving Through Preservation

How music, beliefs, and life on and off stage become one--crafting American music that never dies.

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What's In A Nametag?

Many nametags get tossed in the trash, but perhaps they're more of a treasure.

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Grow Food Where We Live

Living in an urban setting does not mean we have to be disconnected from nature.

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The New, New

As president and lead designer at Kuhlmann Leavitt, Inc., Deanna is a creative and experienced design solution strategist.

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How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Zombie

If we can prepare for a zombie apocalypse, we can be prepared for anything.

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Baby Teeth Stopped The Bomb: What Will You Do?

As the Missouri History Museum's Curator of Environmental Life, David stays busy doing what he does best: collecting artifacts relating to agriculture, energy use, transportation, natural resource exploitation, and stewardship. 

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Unlocking Your Brain's Hidden App

Bill Donious discusses unlocking our full potential.

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Gut Microbes And Children Under Nutrition

We have more microbial cells than human.

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The Science of Legal Bias

Today, our legal system is rife with bias. Modern data analysis techniques reveals that your judge, patent examiner, or attorney often matter more than the merits of your argument or even the law. Find out how we can make our legal system transparent, predictable, and equitable again.

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