The St. Louis County Library seminar series “Science in St. Louis” is connecting scientists with the local community. The informal science talks give local communities the chance to personally interact with scientists working in the St. Louis area.
The seminars are free and open to the public. Attendees can expect to learn about a variety of topics, such as how new drugs are designed, the real CSI: science of forensics, how 3D printers help amputees and even the science of Missouri caves.
Stacey Lewis, the St. Louis County Library Adult Programming Manager, shares insights into the popular program with Environmental Echo. Continue below to hear the podcast phone interview.
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Science in St. Louis is a partnership between SLCL, the Photosynthetic Research Antenna Center (PARC)*, Washington University’s Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, and The Academy of Science of St. Louis.
All Environmental Echo podcasts music provided by House of Cowboy.