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Vieques ecosystem threatened by undetonated, rusty US Navy bombs

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After six decades of military practices in the island of Vieques, the US Navy left many undetonated bombs underwater around the shores of the Puerto Rican island. These bombs are now corroding and threaten the fragile ecosystem of the island.

MSC has new genetics laboratory

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The Medical Sciences Campus (MSC) of the University of Puerto Rico announced today the establishment of a novel Mass Spectrometry laboratory that would make possible to run up to 30 tests to detect metabolic conditions of genetic origin in newborns.

New alliance to promote biotechnology workshops in Puerto Rico

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The Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez (RUM) established a collaboprative agreement with Amgen and Harvey Mudd College (HMC) in California to conduct the first global workshops on biotechnology in Puerto Rico.

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BREP Program Sponsors 4th Biomedical Summer Internship Program for Middle School Students

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The 2006 Summer Internship will consist of conferences, informal talks and interactive laboratory workshops. Researchers and graduate students from the Medical Sciences Campus, as well as science teachers will collaborate in these activities. In addition, the students will be able to c onverse with researchers and students from the six schools at the Medical Sciences Campus about career opportunities in the area of biomedical sciences

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