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Roundtable Discussion: Tick-Borne Diseases in Missouri
Roundtable Discussion: Tick-Borne Diseases in Missouri
May 10, 2022
https://youtu.be/4eJUvYCT0fs Join our virtual roundtable discussion to learn about the public health challenges associated with tick-borne...
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Roundtable Discussion: Stormwater Runoff in Missouri
Roundtable Discussion: Stormwater Runoff in Missouri
April 5, 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNj5_IV4hqw Join our virtual roundtable discussion to learn from local experts about how science can...
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Roundtable Discussion: Maternal Health Disparities
Roundtable Discussion: Maternal Health Disparities
March 8, 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8slZ00cFeYU Join our March roundtable discussion to learn from local experts about how science can inform...
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MOST Office Hours
MOST Office Hours
February 17, 2022
Interested in the MOST Policy Fellowship? Join our Office Hours on Thursday, February 17th to hear from current MOST Policy Fellows about...
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Roundtable Discussion: Solar Energy in Missouri
Roundtable Discussion: Solar Energy in Missouri
February 8, 2022
During our February roundtable event, we will learn from local experts about how science can inform policy interventions related to renewable...
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Roundtable Discussion: Climate & Health
Roundtable Discussion: Climate & Health
January 12, 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUKCth0Yy9I Join our roundtable discussion to learn from local experts about how science can inform policy...
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Food Insecurity in Missouri: Rural & Urban Food Deserts
Food Insecurity in Missouri: Rural & Urban Food Deserts
December 8, 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sps5On4t4Cw&t=28s The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines food deserts as areas where access...
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Climate Change & Extreme Weather: Urban Heat Islands
Climate Change & Extreme Weather: Urban Heat Islands
October 13, 2021
https://youtu.be/vi_Nddyu-yo?t=23 Watch the roundtable recording on YouTube or at www.facebook.com/MissouriLSEN. Share the...
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Writing Science Notes for Local and State Policymakers – a Hybrid Workshop
Writing Science Notes for Local and State Policymakers – a Hybrid Workshop
September 16, 2021
Policy writing comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, traditionally developed to serve a specific purpose. In Missouri, our lawmakers are...
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Back to school during a pandemic: Student Mental Health
Back to school during a pandemic: Student Mental Health
September 8, 2021
Children in Missouri and around the U.S. are breaking new ground as they head back to school this fall. With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing,...
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Compassion Behind the Numbers
Compassion Behind the Numbers
September 8, 2021
Meet Missouri Scientist, Xavier Ransome Treating people with kindness has been a pillar of Xavier Ransome’s upbringing. He credits his...
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PFAS in Missouri: The Chemistry Behind Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Our Water Supply
PFAS in Missouri: The Chemistry Behind Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Our Water Supply
July 30, 2021
You may have a toxic build-up of chemicals in your body. EPA reports that nearly every woman, man, and child is exposed to per- and...
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Nonpartisan Science Engagement with Policymakers – a Hybrid Workshop
Nonpartisan Science Engagement with Policymakers – a Hybrid Workshop
July 20, 2021
MOST Policy Initiative and the Missouri Local Science Engagement Network are hosting an Honest Broker Workshop. The workshop will teach...
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Renewable Natural Gas (e.g., Biogas)
Renewable Natural Gas (e.g., Biogas)
June 25, 2021
Can biogas become a reliable renewable energy source? Participate in our roundtable discussion on Missouri’s energy future. The roundtable...
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Mental Healthcare Access in Missouri
Mental Healthcare Access in Missouri
May 28, 2021
Our May event focuses on mental health and the impact of policy on mental healthcare. We’ll also discuss how geography affects a...
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COVID-19: Equitable Vaccine Distribution in Rural Missouri
COVID-19: Equitable Vaccine Distribution in Rural Missouri
April 30, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the lives of every Missourian, but the end of the pandemic may be in sight with a number of new vaccines...
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Making the MOST of Science: Using Your Expertise for Civic Engagement
Making the MOST of Science: Using Your Expertise for Civic Engagement
April 16, 2021
MOST Policy Initiative and the Missouri Local Science Engagement Network are hosting an Honest Broker Workshop. The workshop will teach...
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Science and the Law: Expert Witness Workshop
Science and the Law: Expert Witness Workshop
March 30, 2021
Ever wondered about how science is used in the legal system? Come to MOST’s Science & Law Panel on Tuesday, March 30th at 4:00 – 5:00...
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Neuroscience in the Show-Me State
Neuroscience in the Show-Me State
March 26, 2021
The Missouri LSEN March event is all about neuroscience. This roundtable discussion features Missouri neuroscientists who are working to solve...
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Mental Health Services for Farmers Briefing
Mental Health Services for Farmers Briefing
March 10, 2021
American farmers produce nearly all of the country’s food and contribute some $133 billion annually to the gross domestic product. However,...
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