Puerto Ricans educate about science in New Jersey

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Emmanuel Serrano-Pérez
De izquierda a derecha: Nicole Vega-Cotto (Biología Integrativa), Francis Jordán-Cuevas (Ciencias Ambientales), Dra. Patricia Irizarry-Barreto (Bióloga Molecular) y Lizhaira Rodríguez-Colón (Farmacología Celular y Molecular). (Suministrada)

The "Rutgers Science Explorer” or RSE program, created by Dr. Kathleen Scott from Rutgers University, has been functioning for more than 10 years. It consists of a 40 feet bus that visits middle schools in New Jersey with the goal of awakening curiosity for STEM disciplines by exposing students to real research experiences and awakening curiosity for STEM disciplines. Throughout the years, hispanic students have particpated in the program

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