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More than 1,000 projects have been submitted for next year's Esat BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition, which will take place from January 13 to 15.

27th November, 2004

Young Scientist projects

More than 1,000 projects have been submitted for next year's Esat BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition, which will take place from January 13 to 15. The number of entries is up 22 per cent on last year, and is the highest in the competition's 41 years of existence.

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