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SciTech Now: Episode 318

Meet a woman with a hacker mentality who wants more people to learn the international language of math. Also, a Penn State professor and entrepreneur with a vision of a wireless world using both science and art. See why a good work life balance is the perfect way to nurture a healthy mind. Then hear from a scientist who advocates for including more indigenous and minority populations in human gene studies.

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