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14 High School students graduate from project seed

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During this summer fourteen talented high school students are participating in summer resarch through Project Seed, an initiative sponsored by the American Chemical Society (ACS). This program takes place at the Faculty of Natural Sciences in the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus.

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UPR Professor is reelected to the board of the American Chemical Society

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Dr. Ingrid Montes, Chemistry Professor from the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), Rio Piedras Campus, was reelected as the General Director of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Chemistry (ACS). 

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Fostering interest for research

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Abby Vélez Vázquez

From March 2-6, the University of Puerto Rico hosted its First Research Week. During the celebration, several universities offered information about their research and graduate programs.

 

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School of Natural Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico recognized academic excellence

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The School of Natural Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras (UPRRP) celebrated the academic excellence event by recognizing several students on February 6th, 2015.

This article was originally published in Diálogo Digital.

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UPR Rio Piedras students ran experiments at the NASA Johnson Space Center

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The team Microgravity Center for Advanced Nanoscale Materials (Micro-G CANM 2) from the Chemistry Department at the Natural Sciences School at the University of Puerto Rico was one of 5 teams selected to run experiments on zero gravity at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas last week. The team of students was led by Dr. Carlos Cabrera.

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