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I was at the NIWA science fair at the Hamilton Gardens yesterday morning, talking to some of the children who had put together displays on their science projects.  I can't say anything specific, not least because the prizes haven't been anounced yet, but I will say that, as ever, it is a real privelege to be able to see what these children have been up to and to encourage them further in science (in my case, physics).Out of three hundred or so exhibits (not all physics, I should say) how does...


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