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Fuel cells may be a major energy source of the future, but how do they work? Also addressed are the current and future possibilities for this technology. (4:01 min.)

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Remember the dermal regenerators Commander Riker used on Star Trek? Just wave it over a skin wound for instant healing! Well, real-world scientists are working on similar devices that use sound waves.

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Don’t have a credit card? You might be able to pay with bitcoin instead. Bitcoin transactions rely on something called a blockchain system, which gives both buyers and sellers a lot of confidence.

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I have had a very varied career. As Engineering and Construction Manager I have worked in the design, planning, construction, and management phases of various structures. These include such things as buildings, refineries, packaging plants and a variety other projects.

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I help develop, implement and track green initiatives at the manufacturing facility where I work.

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This video, from the NASA Technology Transfer Program, describes a new material that has applications in aerospace as well as material science and biological science. (2:56 min.)

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Learn how to operate Canadarm2 on board the International Space Station by watching astronaut Chris Hadfield use it to capture and dock a SpaceX Dragon capsule on March 3, 2013. (2:57)

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This video helps to clarify the difference between heat and temperature as well as explains the laws of thermodynamics and how a thermometer works. (5:06 min.)

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As technology develops and the world’s population grows, people need more and more energy. Meanwhile, scientists are getting more and more interested in renewable energy sources, like biofuels.

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Kids in Tech and Sandbox's INK (Innovate with your Kid) have partnered for a special mother daughter edition of their coding/make your own app workshop just in time for the week of International Women's Day! This event takes place on March 5, 2017

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