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April 20th, 2004
Science forum lecture series
Each spring, faculty members at the University of Washington share their research results in a free public series, "Exploring our World: Discovering New Frontiers." The four-part series this year addresses the environment, nanotechnology and genomic health care, with today's beginning lecture featuring professor Dee Boersma, who has studied penguins from the equator to Antarctica for more than 20 years.
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