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July 11, 2014

NSF Science Now-Episode 25

In this week's episode we learn about Google glass type technology for the deaf. We learn how studying tornado debris could help save lives. We discover how sweeping fingers could be the future in password security --and finally we explore one of the most advanced driverless cars. Check it out!

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