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SciFest CSP 2013
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SciFest 2013 science festival at Joensuu Areena, CSP: Dark Waters (Crime Scene Physics) workshop by University of Eastern Finland, Department of Physics and Mathematics. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXC1JUtO6_Q

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