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First Results from the SENCER SALG Reported - March 2004
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Learning Chemistry Through Policy Issues and Civic Engagement:
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Green Chemistry: Not an Oxymoron - April 2005, p. 9-10
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How Can Global Experience Improve Science Education? Ask The Experts Among Us - August 2005 p. 4-5
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