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 Welcome to the website of the annual EPF conference on Show Physics, which will be held in **Bergen, Norway, from April 16th to April 21th 2012**. Welcome to the website of the annual EPF conference on Show Physics, which will be held in **Bergen, Norway, from April 16th to April 21th 2012**.
  
-{{:​projects:​plakat_i_a3.jpg?​direct&​250 |}}This conference is aimed at bringing together groups with physics show experience and people who would like to set up a new physics show. The conference will contain lectures by experts on science communication from across Europe, as well as plenty of hands-on experimental sessions where the physics shows can exchange ideas, and where the new groups can learn science communication.+{{:​projects:​plakat_i_a3.jpg?​direct&​210 |}}This conference is aimed at bringing together groups with physics show experience and people who would like to set up a new physics show. The conference will contain lectures by experts on science communication from across Europe, as well as plenty of hands-on experimental sessions where the physics shows can exchange ideas, and where the new groups can learn science communication.
  
 This conference is primarily meant for people who are already involved in a physics show but also people who are enthusiastic about setting up a new physics show. This conference is primarily meant for people who are already involved in a physics show but also people who are enthusiastic about setting up a new physics show.
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