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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 Life blooms in Death Valley

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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

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Forecasting hurricanes

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

Forecasting hurricanes

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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

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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

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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 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

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Building smarter cities

Using new technology to build smarter cities.

Building smarter cities

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