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Video by UC-Riverside lab receives honorable mention in international competition

February 6, 2014

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A video produced by a University of California, Riverside, lab has received an honorable mention in the highly acclaimed International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the journal Science. The video, titled "Visualizing Leaf Cells from Within," received the honor in a three-way tie. The competition was conducted in 2013. Full Story

University of California, Riverside

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