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Shane Bergin
Shane Bergin, Physics Lecturer
Shane Bergin is a physics lecturer in Trinity College Dublin. He studied Advanced Materials (now Nanoscience) at Trinity College Dublin and then completed a PhD in Physicsfollowed by the Marie Curie Fellowship, in the Dept. of Chemistry, Imperial College London. 
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