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SciFest 2010
Joensuu

SciFest News

The fourth festival of science and technology, SciFest® 2010, takes place on April 14-17, 2010 at Joensuu. SciFest® 2010 features events including hands-on workshops, popular lectures, robotics competitions, and interactive exhibitions. The target group of the festival is pupils of 11-16 years old and high school students.

The web pages will be updated soon with more detailed information on how to enroll to SciFest as a workshop organizer or visitor!

More information: scifest@cs.joensuu.fi

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