Eli Chen is a science and environment reporter for St. Louis Public Radio and a former contributing producer for Science Friday.
Planning For Spring Waters Along The Missouri
Looking to repaired levees in the hopes of reducing future flood damage.
Reducing Runoff To Protect The Gulf
A ‘dead zone’ in the Gulf of Mexico has states along the Mississippi working to reduce nutrient runoff.
Data From Destruction
Researchers in Missouri are examining the after-effects of recent tornadoes to engineer stronger homes.
Missouri Looks To Regulate Coal Ash Ponds
Toxic coal ash is contaminating groundwater around the state. Will proposed new regulations be enough?
On The Mississippi, A Battle Of The Levees
A plan to address Mississippi River flooding rests on those who disagree on control measures.
Like That Wine? You Might Thank an Earth Scientist
Geologist Kevin Pogue helps winemakers pick out top vineyards based on the regionâ€™s terroir, which entails environmental attributes such as soil, climate, and rock composition.
The Human Brain, Ready for Its Close-up
Researchers have created the most detailed three-dimensional brain model to date.