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Post by panserv » 29 Aug 2017, 02:13

Hi everyone,
I'm a lifelong experimenter and career technologist.
Though my subject is electronics, I have an interest in cosmology and electromagnetism.
I am currently employed as a systems consultant in aquaculture, where my work varies from life support to biochemical sensing.

Vincent Borg

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Post by sgt_bear » 29 Aug 2017, 06:19

Welcome Vincent! :)

Biochemical sensing sounds very interesting!
- Jonathan from Switzerland

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