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National Physical Laboratory joins IOP’s Project Juno
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National Physical Laboratory is first company to join IOP’s Project Juno

28 July 2015

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has signed up to the IOP’s Project Juno initiative for addressing gender equality in the workplace

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