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“Science In Fiction” Video Contest

Kavli science video contest Do you love the idea of time travel, cyborgs or other far-fetched technology from fantasy literature and the movies? Today’s scientists and engineers are discovering ways to make these ideas become reality – and you can, too. Check out the Kavli “Science in Fiction” video contest. Entry period runs until March 21, 2014.

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Talk to the Hand

voice synthesizerWhat’s in a voice? A new gesture-to-speech synthesizer developed by researchers at the University of British Columbia adds emotion to words that text-to-speech technologies now voice only in a monotone. It also translates gestures into music.

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Student’s Gel Could Prevent Concussions

Combining nanotechnology with foam, Brigham Young University engineering student Jake Merrell has created a “smart foam” that could be placed inside the helmets of football players to measure the impact of hits to the head, and help prevent concussions.

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