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Real World: Using Lab on a Chip Technology to Identify Microorganisms

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Listen in to a downlink with the crew on the International Space Station, or ISS, to learn about a recent experiment that helps astronauts monitor their environment. Find out about exponential multiplication and the benefits of new technology to keep the station clean.

Published on: May 26, 2010

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