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On the next edition of SciTech Now: Pacemakers that aren’t for the heart — they’re for Parkinson’s disease. How does your brain decide what to remember and what to forget? We’ve all heard about viruses and bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics. Meet the team creating the smart bomb of medicine. If you’ve ever dreamed of flying in space, we’ll show you what it takes to [...]

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Your four-course culinary experience awaits! The Taste of Fame menu features a fennel and apple chopped salad, rustic potato leek soup, choice of grilled beef short ribs, chicken fricassee, or campanella with arugula, local goat cheese, and sun-dried tomato pesto, AND deep-dish apple pie for dessert. Get your tickets to Taste of Fame with Chefs Julia Collin Davison and Richard Blais at wcny.org/tasteoffame. [...]

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