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A process called ion mobility spectrometry checks the molecules on your clothing and luggage, looking for suspicious chemicals.

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I am a self-employed contractor to NASA working in information technology. I am also a computer language book author and course trainer. I am also an inspirational speaker on my latest book about the future.

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Just like replicators on Star Trek, 3D printers can create all kinds of objects. One day, they’ll even be able to print human cells, tissues and organs. What medical processes might this change?

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A digital Product Designer is someone who designs interfaces and user experiences for digital products and apps.

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The First World War (or the Great War, as it was known at the time) was the first war in which aircraft had a major impact.

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First used commercially in 1838, the telegraph revolutionized long-distance communication. The telegraph worked by transmitting electrical signals over wires.

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In people with synesthesia, stimulating one sense leads to the stimulation of another. Letters might always have a certain colour, or subway stations might have a taste!

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Drones aren’t just cool little flying machines. They’re also extremely useful in many areas: scientific research, celebrity performances...they might even be able to help farmers grow crops!

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I created a company called Labfundr, so I am labelled a “founder”. When you start a small company, the title of founder (or CEO, for that matter) means you do just about every type of task! You wear many “hats”, as they say. In practice, this means doing research, planning, sales, marketing, sweeping the floors, and making lots and lots of coffee.

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I am a third year undergraduate student in Integrated Science.

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