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Local students visit the Sancar lab

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Dr. Aziz Sancar and Dr. Mark Peifer hosted a group of 20 ESL students from Grady Brown Elementary school on March 9th. The students came to Carolina's campus to tour facilities and conduct science experiments.

Publisher:UNC-Chapel Hill

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