SciTech Now captures the latest breakthroughs in science, technology and innovation. With anchor Hari Sreenivasan, we check out the hottest gadgets, meet the innovators creating the startups of tomorrow and map out the mysteries of the scientific world.Visit SciTech Now Website
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Turf grass science; an app for tenants, a unique look at aging and assistive technology.
A dancing wheelchair; tech that promotes civic engagement; spider silk; and beer science.
Snowboarding; the Maker Movement; women and the Space Race; and tracking grizzly bears.
Goosebumps; measuring vision; genome sequencing; and engineering the perfect pop-up book.
A pacifier administers medicine, Climate Monologues; man-made earthquakes; and fireflies.
Spiciness; tech startups go fashion forward; climate on Mars; and digital invaders.
American White Pelicans; Augmented reality; Engineering Hot Wheelz; and a STEM fair.
Digital assistants; the future of fingerprinting; cancer cells; and proton therapy.
An app and sensor that collects and graphs temperature data for tenants.
A British researcher challenges how we look at aging.
How is turf grass impacting sports?
Innovative technology for people with disabilities.
A wheelchair that allows dancers with disabilities to move in new directions.
The science behind making beer.
A biotech company creates spider silk.
The online platform, "IssueVoter" uses tech to promote civic engagement.