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Översatt av Per Kornhall. Ta en vanlig CD och ett flingpaket; vad blir det? Med lite hjälp från Mark Tiele Westra så blir det din alldeles egna spektrometer! Det är dags att utforska skönheten i de färger som finns dolda i de mest vardagliga ting omkring oss.Read more
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EMBL invites science teachers to the Navigating the Genomic Landscape course, which explores the evolution of genomics through the latest advances in sequencing and offers classroom-ready resources on real-world case studies.
Beamline for Schools 2024 is about to start! Interested teams can preregister to the competition and will have the possibility to follow online events and virtual visits prior to the submission of their proposal.
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