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Sexual assault: Are we polishing over the issue?

The nail polish developed by students is said to detect when something has been poured into a drink when the persons dips his or her finger in the drink. The nail polish will change colors letting the person know there is something in his or hers drink. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/ Photo Editor

Priscilla Ross

October 13, 2014

The nail polish works like this: A woman paints her nails before going out. If she stirs her drink later with her finger, the polish would change color if the drink had come in contact with certain chemicals found in common date rape drugs. This is thee new controversial startup developed by a fou...

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