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Saskatchewan Celebrates Science During Global Biotech Week with Online Events and Activities

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan , September 28 /Businesswire/ - From the Science of Beer to learning about the benefits of GMOs; Saskatchewan is celebrating science with exciting online events and activities that showcase the province’s bioscience sector.


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