Professional societies team up to help scientists affected by last year’s devastating hurricane in Puerto Rico
Charlotte Barker |
When Ellen Miseo, a past President of The Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS), read an article in the society’s newsletter detailing the disruption being faced by University of Puerto Rico chemistry professor Sam Hernandez-Rivera and his lab earlier this year, she immediately wanted to help. While aid efforts were gradually rebuilding infrastructure, there were no resources to restore laboratories, and water exposure and power outages had rendered much of their equipment inoperable. Hundreds of graduate and undergraduate students had their education put on hold.
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