Article on how UPR scientist have dealt with the harsh consequences of Hurricane Maria

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The following article entitled: “Scientists at the University of Puerto Rico suffered major setbacks due to damages and delays in repairs, and government austerity measures are adding insult to injury”, by Katarina Zimmer, was published in The Scientist: Exploring Live, Inspiring innovation on February 15, 2019. This article talks about the damages in infrastructure that occurred at the University of Puerto Rico’s Science buildings, the lack of proper response by the administration, and yet the resilience with which faculty members and their graduate students confronted this challenge in order to continue advancing in research and education.  Access at:  https://www.the-scientist.com/news-opinion/science-in-puerto-rico-still-recovering-after-hurricane-maria-65479

 

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