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Physics students draw eminent speakers to their UK and Ireland conference
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Physics students draw eminent speakers to their UK and Ireland conference

28 July 2017

Around 180 students from all over the UK and Ireland took part in this year’s Conference of Physics and Astronomy Students (CAPS’17), held at University College London (UCL) on 27–30 June

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