Technorama at EPFL : a “hands-on” exhibition to discover the sciences
From 12th June to 4th July, EPFL Pavilions, Pavilion A will host a dozen experiments set up by the science center Technorama in order to explore natural phenomena and technology.
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From the 12th of June to the 4th of July, EPFL Pavilions will host a dozen experiments set up in Pavilion A by the Technorama science center in order to explore natural phenomena and technology. This original exhibition…
With: Technorama EPFL Service de la Promotion des Sciences
Place and room: EPFL Pavilions
Category: Public Science Events
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