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Stanford bioengineer creates $5 chemistry set [Research]
posted April 10 2014 0:35.05 by spic0m




Manu Prakash won a contest to develop the 21st-century chemistry set. His version, based on a toy music box, is small, robust, programmable and costs $5. It can inspire young scientists and also address developing-world problems such as water quality and health.



[Link: Stanford University]
 
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