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    Sea turtle nesting

    Florida researchers learn why there was a spike in loggerhead sea turtle nests.

    Sea turtle nesting

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now A shoe is helping stroke victims relearn how to walk

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    A shoe is helping stroke victims relearn how to walk

    Developing a device that helps stroke victims relearn to walk.

    A shoe is helping stroke victims relearn how to walk

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now The first African American woman to become a master plumber

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    The first African American woman to become a master plumber

    Meet Adrienne Bennett, the first African American woman to become a master plumber.

    The first African American woman to become a master plumber

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Learning from a salamander that regenerates its limbs

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    Learning from a salamander that regenerates its limbs

    Scientists are studying the axolotl salamander's ability to regenerate their limbs.

    Learning from a salamander that regenerates its limbs

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Virtual Reality is changing how we listen to music

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    Virtual Reality is changing how we listen to music

    Brian Hecht unveils some of the latest apps and VR experiences in the music industry.

    Virtual Reality is changing how we listen to music

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now A winter sport that adapts to climate change

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    A winter sport that adapts to climate change

    A new winter sport that is designed to adapt to climate change.

    A winter sport that adapts to climate change

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Using video games to cope with chronic pain

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    Using video games to cope with chronic pain

    Video games are helping patients cope with chronic pain.

    Using video games to cope with chronic pain

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Reducing hospital infection with nanostructures

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    Reducing hospital infection with nanostructures

    Scientists have developed self-cleaning nanostructures that could help reduce infections.

    Reducing hospital infection with nanostructures

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Clean, quiet, sustainable flight

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    Clean, quiet, sustainable flight

    The grandson of Charles Lindbergh is pioneering clean, quiet, sustainable flight.

    Clean, quiet, sustainable flight

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Making a spacecraft out of astroids

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    Making a spacecraft out of astroids

    The company Made in Space has developed technology to make spacecraft out of asteroids

    Making a spacecraft out of astroids

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Ainissa Ramirez creates magnets with lightning

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    Ainissa Ramirez creates magnets with lightning

    Ainissa Ramirez reveals some mysteries of magnetism.

    Ainissa Ramirez creates magnets with lightning

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Understanding memory and the brain

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    Understanding memory and the brain

    Scientists at the "Tampa Bay Memory Tournament" are researching how the brain stores info.

    Understanding memory and the brain

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Investigating Pokemon Go in Central Park

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    Investigating Pokemon Go in Central Park

    Hari learns to play Pokemon Go in Central Park with Visual Reality expert Mark Swarek.

    Investigating Pokemon Go in Central Park

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Where does your recycling end up?

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    Where does your recycling end up?

    Sims Municipal Recycling facility in Brooklyn processes 800 tons of recyclables a day.

    Where does your recycling end up?

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now 3D printing human tissue

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    3D printing human tissue

    Scientists are discovering ways to use 3D printed tissue in organ transplants.

    3D printing human tissue

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Part III: The science behind imaginary friends

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    Part III: The science behind imaginary friends

    Child psychologists discover how and why many children develop imaginary friends.

    Part III: The science behind imaginary friends

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now The ethics of driverless cars

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    The ethics of driverless cars

    Professor of Philosophy Shannon Vallor discusses the ethical issues behind driverless cars

    The ethics of driverless cars

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now The fight against Zika

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    The fight against Zika

    How officials, scientists, and politicians are working together to fight the

    The fight against Zika

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now How to talk to fireflies

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    How to talk to fireflies

    Joey Stein has invented a device to communicate with fireflies.

    How to talk to fireflies

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Are tech companies designing for sustainability?

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    Are tech companies designing for sustainability?

    Learn why technology companies design products that consumers cannot repair at home.

    Are tech companies designing for sustainability?

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now A superhero gene in elephants is advancing cancer research

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    A superhero gene in elephants is advancing cancer research

    Utah's Hogle Zoo is connecting sick children with injured animals to help them understand

    A superhero gene in elephants is advancing cancer research

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Turning waste into gasoline

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    Turning waste into gasoline

    RTI International is building a biofuels reactor, which turns wood waste into gasoline.

    Turning waste into gasoline

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Invisibility cloaks, science or science fiction?

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    Invisibility cloaks, science or science fiction?

    Invisibility cloaks may be more than science fiction.

    Invisibility cloaks, science or science fiction?

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Hearing a whole new world

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    Hearing a whole new world

    Rene Gifford discusses how her team at Vanderbilt University developed methods to improve

    Hearing a whole new world

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