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Why Physics? 291 Woman explain it

Title
¿Por Qué Física? 291 Mujeres te lo Cuentan
Credits
IFT
Type
Popularisation of Science
By
Instituto de Física Teórica IFT
Date
Language
CA

This video is a compilation of all the participations on the Instituto de Física Teórica IFT's initiative #YoFisica, in the frame of the International Day of Woman and Girls in Science. It includes the participation of our researchers Carme Jordi, Assumpta Parreño, Àngels Ramos, Montserrat Guilleumas, María Arazo and Laura Tolos. 

 

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