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    Radio National, Centennial Park and Crystallography

Radio National on CrystallographyRecently ABC Radio National came out to Centennial Park to record an intriguing interview on crystallography, at the site of our very own crystal.

You can now listen online to the segment, featuring Neeraj Sharma from the School of Chemistry at the University of NSW, talking about the International Year of Crystallography and Australia’s pivotal role in this important branch of science. v

You can read more about the International Year of Crystallography and Centennial Park’s crystal here.

 


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