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Science Expo Takes The Road

May 20, 1885 ·

In other news, the Department for the Advancement of Sciences has announced that the Tomorrow’s World… Today! Expo will travel to various events around the country as part of a ‘Science Show & Tell’. The first event will take place at the Latitude Festival in Suffolk on July 14th.

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