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Learn about the physics of hitting a baseball; a productivity hack to stop procrastination; and, how viruses and medicines know where to go in your body.
- What It Takes to Hit a Baseball Makes Baseball Players Look Like Superheroes — https://curiosity.im/2xCsNC2
- The Pomodoro Technique Is the Productivity Hack Designed to Halt Procrastination — https://curiosity.im/2xzFa1P
Additional resources discussed:
- How do medicines know where in the body to start working? — MIT School of Engineering — https://engineering.mit.edu/engage/ask-an-engineer/how-do-medicines-know-where-in-the-body-to-start-working/
- How does gene therapy work? | U.S. National Library of Medicine — https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/primer/therapy/procedures
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