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UC-Riverside Graduate Student Gets Rare Opportunity to Consort With Nobel Laureates


June 25, 2012

Michael Maroun and Michel Lapidus Michael Maroun, a physics graduate student at the University of California, Riverside, is one of only 580 young researchers from 69 countries who will spend six days next month with more than 25 Nobel Laureates at the 62nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Dedicated this year to physics, the meeting will take place July 1-6 in Lindau, Germany. The annual meetings attract thousands of applications from around the world. Full Story

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