Issue Date: May 8, 2017
Results from Project SEED survey highlights program’s benefits
If you have ever been a mentor or a project coordinator, or heard testimony by a high school student who has participated in the American Chemical Society’s Project SEED program, you know that Project SEED offers an invaluable experience for its participants.
Through the program, students who are economically disadvantaged have the opportunity to spend eight to 10 weeks in a research environment surrounded by other students or scientists with . . .
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