This week on Innovation, hear a discussion about Cerebral Palsy. Dr. Michael Kruer is a Sanford pediatric neurologist and researcher. He talks about a study looking at genetic links to Cerebral Palsy. Liz Donahue discusses the rare diseases and the ethics with research. Rich Naser also joins the discussion. He is a father considering signing his son up for Dr. Kruer's study. Dr. William Schweinle, chairman of the Institutional Review Board, and USD's Office of Human Protection Director Sandy Ellenboldt add their perspectives as well.
SDSU Research Vice-President Kevin Kephart talks about the new wheat breeding partnership with Bayer CropScience and SDSU.
Dr. Clark Scovel and Dr. Stephen Neely discuss the minerals donated to School of Mines that were unveiled yesterday.Click here to listen to .mp3 (Mobile Devices)
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