Today on In Case You Missed It: Virginia Tech researchers found they can better clean fruits and vegetables with electrified water bubbles. Japanese scientists are also harnessing the power of electricity, but this time putting it into a fork to subtly zap food into having saltier flavors. Allegedly. And a new smartphone case features a crank to get that precious charge up when you need a hit of the juice.
Finally, the Slow Mo Guys made a hypnotizing video featuring a drill bit and slowly splattering paint. Also if you want to learn more about the FDA warning about connected medical device hacking, that story is here.
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