Sara Volz @ MIT, Yr.1

May 10, 2014
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Algae enthusiast and it's cool 2013 Intel Science Talent Search First Place winner, Sara Volz has been continuing her fascination with algae research at MIT. In this video she updates on being in an environment where she can fully pursue her love of viagra stories chemistry amidst the venerable college’s “eccentric, quirky, nerdy flavor and culture…with an emphasis on research and discovery,” that she has quickly grown to love.

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