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Northumbria supports the study of STEM subjects in former war-torn Cambodia

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Northumbria supports the study of STEM subjects in former war-torn Cambodia

Photo caption: Pictured LR: Prof. Robertus von-Fay Siebenburgen, University of Sheffield; Dr Eamon Scullion, Northumbria University; HE Dr Hang Chuon Naron, Minister for Education, Youth and Sport, Cambodia; Dr Viktor Fedun, University of Sheffield; Dr Sergiy Shelyag, Northumbria University.
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