The Advanced Science Research Center at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York announced today that it will partner with The Child Mind Institute on the annual Rising Scientist Awards, which recognize rising high school seniors who have demonstrated exceptional promise in science and a specific interest in child mental health and pediatric neuroscience. Click here for more information.
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Inside the ASRC
Jiye Son researches self-assembled peptide nanoparticles to deliver organometallic drugs to metastatic tumors with the Ulijn Lab with the ASRC Nanoscience Initiative.
Read about Jiye’s work and how the ASRC allows her to expand her research horizons, click here.
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