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  • I'm an ameteur, also studying highenergy astrophysics as an interest..actually I'm an engineering student..

    Next Generation: 3-2-1--GLAST Off!

  • The Onion skewers not only the ridiculous excesses of the sports world but the specific highenergy, high-fiving, high-decibel techno-beat underscoring highlight packages that ESPN traffics in.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The Large Hadron Collider fired mankind into a "new era of science" in March last year producing the world's first highenergy particle collision.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • This event is ideal for you if: 1) you are a budding entrepreneur who wants to know how angel investors and venture capitalistsmake investment decisions2) you are you an investor (angel, superangel or VC) who wants to meet some high flying, highenergy, disruptive startupsThis event is sponsored by the JHTC, and is open to all.

    developerFusion - content

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