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The 12th Interglaces exhibition. The 'Boldor' prizes for innovation


, : The 12th Interglaces exhibition. The 'Boldor' prizes for innovation. Process Rennes ( 1050): 97-98, 100

The exhibitors and prize-winners at the 12th Interglaces exhibition, held in Paris, France (17-22 Feb. 1990), are summarized.


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