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MEL Science raises $2.5 million to put a VR twist on chemistry sets

Remember those old school chemistry sets that came in a cardboard box with a bunch of vials, plastic beakers, safety glasses and a booklet full of instructions for different experiments? London startup MEL Science is putting a high-tech twist on those, with virtual reality and augmented reality content that takes kids on a virtual tour inside a chemical reaction, right after they conduct a
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