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September 26th, 2004
Science dazzles at NCL display
Curiosity about the goings-on in the guarded interiors of the National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), saw nearly 10,000 people throng the exhibition on its campus on Sunday.
The exhibition was aimed at giving the public a glimpse into prominent areas of research carried out at NCL, including life sciences, organic chemistry, polymer chemistry and nanotechnology.
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