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Apply for Science Communication Fellowship

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Hungry to level up your science communication skills, access greater career opportunities, and connect with an amazing community of interdisciplinary scholars in your research area?

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Apply for "Demystifying the graduate school application process", a free virtual event for undergraduate students and postbacs

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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) is hosting a 3-day virtual series for senior undergraduate students and postbacs: Demystifying the graduate school application process. 

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Apply for Science Communication Fellowship for Faculty

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Puerto Rico Youth Fellowship para activistas de 21-35 años trabajando para la justicia ambiental y descolonización

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Puerto Rico is witnessing a historic moment, as young people continue to call out their government’s abandonment of the country’s most vulnerable communities. Puerto Rico continues to struggle with the complexities of colonialism and the socioeconomic consequences of a U.S. imposed Fiscal Oversight Board.

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Polytechnic students create novel twill-based filament for 3-D printers

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A group of chemical engineering students at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico seeks to revolutionize the emerging field of 3D printing by developing a novel sargassum-based filament, which would not only allow the manufacture of all kinds of products for consumers, but would also give a use to the tons of this seaweed that congests the coasts of the island and that, in the future, could create a new economic sector and jobs.

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