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Using a Leap Motion device, Adam Somers turned his computer monitor into a harp.
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Thermography scans show that when you lie, your nose heats up.
This nanofabric dissolves in the body, releasing antivirals and blocking sperm.
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While engineering programmable matter, they also invented a motor that holds its position without power.
Unlike hurricanes or earthquakes, this natural disaster could actually encourage tourism.
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