THE winner of the first Young Scientist Exhibition in 1964 said taking part in competitive exhibitions is a ‘‘critical component’’ for budding young scientists as he launched the event today. Credit: Mark McConville
Ready, Steady, Experiment: Young Scientist Exhibition underway
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