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Policy

ACS explores potential collaborations with Cuba

by Linda Wang
July 18, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 29

On June 29, ACS hosted a panel with Cuban dignitaries to discuss ways to collaborate on science and higher education. C&EN Editor-in-Chief Bibiana Campos Seijo (far left) moderated the discussion. The panelists included (second from left to right) Dionisio Zaldívar Silva of the University of Havana; Luis Alberto Montero-Cabrera of the Cuban Chemical Society; Vaughan Turekian of the U.S. Department of State; Carlos Rodríguez Castellanos of the Cuban Academy of Sciences; Kathleen Larmett, executive director of the National Council of University Research Administrators; and Luis Echegoyen, Robert A. Welch Chair Professor of Chemistry at the University of Texas, El Paso. With them is ACS Immediate Past-President Diane Grob Schmidt (far right).

Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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