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  • Eduardo and Luis presenting the poster in the ACS day

  • Eduardo, Luis and Joseph Francisco (president of the ACS)

  • Efrain Aymat – 2010 IFN EPSCoR Meeting

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  • Glenn C. Vidal – 2010 IFN EPSCoR Meeting

  • Glenn C. Vidal – UPRM 4th NEA Poster Session

  • Glenn C. Vidal-Urquiza & B. Russel, 2010 AIChe Annual Meeting

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  • UPRM-Undergraduate Poster Session Winners

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