Fossil Dot Com: ICED11 Sustainability Keynote

Publication: ResearchSound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2011

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Fossil Dot Com : ICED11 Sustainability Keynote. / Nielsen, Charles (Author); Jensen, Ole Kjeldal (Author); Ahmed-Kristensen, Saeema (Author); Howard, Thomas J. (Author); McAloone, Tim C. (Author).

2011. DTU : DTU Podcasts.

Publication: ResearchSound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2011

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Nielsen C, Jensen OK, Ahmed-Kristensen S, Howard TJ, McAloone TC. 2011. Fossil Dot Com: ICED11 Sustainability Keynote. DTU: DTU Podcasts. [Sound/Visual production (digital)].

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Nielsen, Charles et al. Fossil Dot Com: ICED11 Sustainability Keynote DTU: DTU Podcasts. Sound/Visual production (digital). 2011. http://podcast.llab.dtu.dk/feeds/iced11-conference/

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Nielsen C, Jensen OK, Ahmed-Kristensen S, Howard TJ, McAloone TC. Fossil Dot Com: ICED11 Sustainability Keynote. DTU: DTU Podcasts. [Sound/Visual production (digital)]. 2011.

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Nielsen, Charles (Author); Jensen, Ole Kjeldal (Author); Ahmed-Kristensen, Saeema (Author); Howard, Thomas J. (Author); McAloone, Tim C. (Author) / Fossil Dot Com : ICED11 Sustainability Keynote.

2011. DTU : DTU Podcasts.

Publication: ResearchSound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2011

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