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Biodesign; life on other planets; human augmentation; teaching code to kids.
Augmented reality; NASA's smart glasses; mapping the brain; and the Carolina Chickadee.
Zika; technology and the refugee crisis; the mysterious octopus; and an a center for teens
Superblooms in Death Valley; voting apps; studying craters; and armpit science.
Removing barbed wire from nature; how new ideas catch on; mitochondria; and hurricanes.
Imaginary companions; learning via failure; improving the wheelchair; and climate change.
Toxic chemicals; smarter cities; 3-D printed prosthetics; and technology and theater
Designing an accessible workplace.
Caleb Scharf explores the possibility of life on other planets.
What is Dopamine?
A San Antonio youth program brings kids and code together, teaching them important skills
Cyborg rights activist Neil Harbisson talks about the present/future of human augmentation
The first biodesign event in New York City.
How do we smell?
Scientists in North Carolina are learning how songbirds can survive climate change.
NASA is creating a smart glasses system that can be used by ground operations technicians
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