Carolina grad students bring science to the community

As a doctoral student in chemistry, Allison Smith is working to make discoveries in Carolina’s research labs, but that isn’t the only place she’s using her scientific knowledge to improve the world. The third-year doctoral student is the president of Science in the Stacks, a group of Tar Heels looking to bring the wonders of science to children in the community. (


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Carolina grad students bring science to the community

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