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Photonics experts at next IOPS Young Members Group in Glasgow

24 February 2014

The IOPS Young Members Group (YMG)’s next event will take place in Glasgow at 7pm on the 3rd of March (Room GH816, Graham Hills Building, 8th floor, Strathclyde University).

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