What’s deoxyribonucleotide in sign language? – BBC News

What’s deoxyribonucleotide in sign language?

By Hazel Martin
Reporter, BBC Scotland’s The Nine

Published
21 July 2019

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Media caption, Liam was so frustrated by the lack of signs for scientific words, he created his own

Frustrated at the lack of complex scientific terms in British Sign Language, a Dundee student has created more than 100 new signs to help deaf people express themselves when talking about science.

For any new student, coming into a lecture theatre or a laboratory can be nerve-wracking – especially if you can’t hear.

That was the reality Liam [...]

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