Today on In Case You Missed It: Researchers at Seoul National University developed the Exo-Glove Poly, which can help wearer's perform difficult tasks like opening doors or grasping delicate objects. MIT built an algorithm to help detect rogue waves and warn sailors about them. And the Leidenfrost effect of a water droplet landing on a hot griddle and hovering above steam had never been captured on video, until now.
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