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PhD student wins Three Minute Wonder contest with talk on printing jelly

PhD student wins Three Minute Wonder contest with talk on printing jelly

25 May 2018

PhD student Kate Oliver won the grand final of our Three Minute Wonder (3MW) science communication challenge on 22 May with a talk on 3D printing of jelly

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