SciTech Now | February 3, 2016

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It takes a lot more than dirt and seeds to turn a downtown St. Louis rooftop into a functioning farm. Anne-Marie Berger chronicles the steps of this multi-layered process as part of our Water Matters initiative.
 
Could nuclear fusion one day provide the world with a clean, renewable energy source?  A giant magnet being assembled in San Diego may help answer that question.
 
Experts in fluid dynamics have turned their attention to the baffling childhood question: just how many licks does it take to get to the center of a lollipop?

A researcher in Florida believes  a property found in shark skin may hold the key to preventing the spread of harmful bacteria in hospitals.

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