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Home > News > Université Laval engineer captures prestigious Canadian research prize

March 12th, 2004

Université Laval engineer captures prestigious Canadian research prize

Abstract:
As a young boy growing-up in Strasbourg, France, the son of a working-class Moroccan family, Mosto Bousmina was enraptured by magic. He knew that he was watching illusion, but he revelled in the arrival
of the seemingly impossible. Soon he began creating his own tricks, experimenting with the special properties of materials as he found them: magnets, elastics and various solids and liquids.

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