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Anna May y Pol Sallés han estado en el Hall de la Facultad de Ciencias de la UAB en el taller de Nanociencia, integrado en el evento del Festival de Nanociencia y Nanotecnologia 10 a la menos 9. Asimismo, como parte del ciclo de conferencias realizado por diferentes expertos en sus campos, Anna Laromaine dio una charla sobre la Nanomedicina. 

 

FESTIVAL 10 A LA MENOS 9 2016

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