How is science and technology improving the World Cup Tournament?

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Offline thedoc

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This week saw an historic moment in football, the kick-off of the First World Cup ever to be held in an African nation.  Meera Senthilingam spoke to Kelvin Kemm from Pretoria in South Africa to find out what things are like over there and how science and technology is being used to make sure the games are as safe and accessible to as many people as possible in South Africa...

Listen to the interview or read a transcript by clicking here
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Offline imatfaal

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I wish they would stop using "science and technology" to create a new ball for each major competition.  each new ball is promoted as flying better and making for more spectacular goals - and each new ball tends to fly into row z from the first couple of dozen free kicks in reality.
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