New medical tool used in dialysis treatments can prolong life

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It’s a new tool offering patients with obstructed central venous systems an alternative way to reduce costs while obtaining treatment.

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With beauty and brains, smart jewelry designed to protect you

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It's as smart as it is sleek. This bangle has the brains to pinpoint your exact location and alert others when you’re in danger.

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San Antonio bio lab developing compounds to fight cancer

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Cancer is a monstrous disease. Imagine if one drug could change the way cancer is treated.

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Traveling Dinosaur George museum visits classrooms across U.S.

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Set in a world of all- things -prehistoric, Dinosaur George and his volunteer museum ambassadors educate visitors on dinosaurs

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Satellite system to change how meteorologists predict hurricanes

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A creation of eight microsatellites that will gather never-before-seen details on the formation and intensity of tropical cyclones and hurricanes.

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Students hack their way to success

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With the help of sponsors and volunteers from across the city, students create fully functional working apps, websites or software ready for market.

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Soaring to new heights at indoor skydiving facility

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iFLY, an indoor skydiving facility, provides guests an exhilarating adventure to remember.

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Ties to NASA's Juno mission can lead to discovering birth of solar system

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The NASA Juno mission has ties to the Alamo City, and the reasons why are astronomically mind-blowing.

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Mad Science "sparking imagination" through robotics

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Mad Science, a leading science enrichment program for kids, engages students in fun STEAM oriented hands-on science activities.

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Groundbreaking research changing face of regenerative medicine

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The Biomedical Engineering program at The University of Texas in San Antonio is exploring the challenging space of organ transplants using a rare 3D printer.

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Breakthrough software sought after by oil and gas industries

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SciTech Now meets Dr. Alan Morris, geoscientist at Southwest Research Institute for exclusive look at updated software used to detect probability of man-made earthquakes.

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A glance into SA2020’s innovative data system

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SciTech Now met up with Molly Cox, CEO of SA2020 to discuss how their innovative data system- which was developed exclusively for their organization,

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Inside the Best Buy Teen Tech Center on the West Side

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The Best Buy Teen Tech Center offers specialty camps for girls and workshops on graphic design, video and music.

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Wagner High School approved as a Texas STEM Academy

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Wagner High School has been approved as a STEM Academy by the Texas Education Agency.

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San Antonio engineers have been perfecting driverless vehicles

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Southwest Research Institute engineers have been developing autonomous vehicle technology for more than a decade.

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