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Date:5/15/2014

lot of time in his home laboratory in Oulu. His latest hit idea is a plant that reacts to light and nutrients, and produces tomatoes in different colours and flavours. His hobbies include increased production, in other words making things with a 3D printer. With Jonas being able to turn the guest bed that was needed last week into a set of dining table and chairs next week, he can save a lot of space, too.


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Contact: Anne-Christine Ritschkoff
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358-207-225-546
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
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