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Researchers from 24 countries to participate in ISPrO science competition

2nd May 2014
Participants from 24 countries will take part in the 2nd edition of the International Science Project Olympiad (ISPrO), a competition for young senior high researchers in the field of applied sciences, here on May 4-10. ...
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