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Signing Science

A number of projects aim to develop standardized signs for scientific terms in American Sign Language and British Sign Language, The New York Times reports. "Words like 'organism' and 'photosynthesis' — to say nothing of more obscure and harder-to-spell terms — have no single widely accepted equivalent in sign language," it adds.

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