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Sunday, 13.03.2016

Sunday team

Sunday crew minus Hassan and Aazraa who were doing some card printing.

 

brothers3

Ethan2

boys2

family

Boy microsope

liWeiBoy

 

 

green planet

 redcomet2

girl fullerene

 

Girl2

 

Space ship

 

JointAction

 Joint nano-card making action.

 

friends2

 

Tihan

 

RedComet

 

Romain kids

Romain making some electricity using cyanobacteria and light from his mobile.

bigboy

 Who said nano cards are only for kids?

ljiljana card

Slightly bigger nano kid.

Angela

Angela, our last nano card maker.

Clean-up Crew

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