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    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Tracking the spread of Zika

    SciTech Now

    Tracking the spread of Zika

    Tracking the Zika virus.

    Tracking the spread of Zika

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Living like an octopus

    SciTech Now

    Living like an octopus

    Living like an octopus.

    Living like an octopus

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Plants in the classroom

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    Plants in the classroom

    Plants in the classroom

    Plants in the classroom

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Trends in 2016 election technology

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    Trends in 2016 election technology

    How technology and new voting apps are impacting our journey to the polls.

    Trends in 2016 election technology

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now The science of the human underarm

    SciTech Now

    The science of the human underarm

    Examining the microbiome of the human underarm.

    The science of the human underarm

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Life blooms in Death Valley

    SciTech Now

    Life blooms in Death Valley

    Science Friday looks at a desert phenomenon in Death Valley.

    Life blooms in Death Valley

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now What killed the dinosaurs?

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    What killed the dinosaurs?

    How studying craters can help us understand what killed the dinosaurs

    What killed the dinosaurs?

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Getting rid of barbed wire

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    Getting rid of barbed wire

    Wildlife volunteers in Oregon set out to remove barbed wire and fencing from nature.

    Getting rid of barbed wire

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Forecasting hurricanes

    SciTech Now

    Forecasting hurricanes

    A team of researchers uses the Jersey shore to study hurricane intensity.

    Forecasting hurricanes

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Life without mitochondria

    SciTech Now

    Life without mitochondria

    The Mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell, may not be integral to all cells.

    Life without mitochondria

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Educating people about climate change, through music

    SciTech Now

    Educating people about climate change, through music

    Physicist Robert Davies is using music to educate people about climate change.

    Educating people about climate change, through music

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

    SciTech Now

    Part II: The science behind imaginary friends

    Science Friday’s Imaginary Companions series links imagination to creative problem solving

    Part II: The science behind imaginary friends

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Scientists are working to build a better wheelchair

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    Scientists are working to build a better wheelchair

    Using simple and innovative technologies, scientists work to improve the wheelchair.

    Scientists are working to build a better wheelchair

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Can failure spark student interest in the sciences?

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    Can failure spark student interest in the sciences?

    Can learning about scientists’ struggles influence students’ interest in science?

    Can failure spark student interest in the sciences?

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now A prosthetics lab powered by 3-D printers

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    A prosthetics lab powered by 3-D printers

    A prosthetics lab powered by 3-D printers.

    A prosthetics lab powered by 3-D printers

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Where theater and technology collide

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    Where theater and technology collide

    How new technologies are transforming the world of theater.

    Where theater and technology collide

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Studying the toxicity of everyday objects

    SciTech Now

    Studying the toxicity of everyday objects

    Studying the toxicity of harmful chemicals.

    Studying the toxicity of everyday objects

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Building smarter cities

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    Building smarter cities

    Using new technology to build smarter cities.

    Building smarter cities

    Video thumbnail: SciTech Now Science filmmaker Luke Groskin discusses imaginary friends

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    Science filmmaker Luke Groskin discusses imaginary friends

    Discussing Science Friday’s new series about children and their imaginary friends.

    Science filmmaker Luke Groskin discusses imaginary friends

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