Swipe: Fighting cancer while you sleep & electric dough for four-year-olds

Swipe: Fighting cancer while you sleep & electric dough for four-year-olds
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There’s a new app that lets you help find cures for cancer using your smartphone during the night. Reporter Thomas Newton visits Imperial College London to find out how the DreamLab app works.

Meanwhile, presenter Gemma Evans gets hands-on with the electric play dough that’s teaching children as young as four how to build circuits. It’s part of a superhero kit from STEM toy makers Tech Will Save Us.

And our games expert Lucy James reviews her pick of the latest releases including Donkey Kong County: Tropical Freeze and Conan Exiles plus a new way to play with the Nintendo Labo.

See Swipe on Sky News at these times: Friday 9.30pm, Saturday at 10.30am, 2.30 & 4.30pm and Sunday at 11.30am, 2.30 & 4.30pm – or watch it on mobile, Catch Up, Sky Q & skynews.com.

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