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Masterchef finalist Aki Matshushima is studying for her PhD in cold temperature physics at Imperial College, London and investigating how accurate measurements can be made at the quantum scale.

She is also a fantastic sushi chef and has developed Japanese themed ice creams for GINO Gelato.

This video is to help promote the shortfall of girls studying physics http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/support/girls_physics/page_41593.html

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