The GRS/GRC from the Perspective of a Graduate Student and First Time Attendee
Coastal Sciences, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory
The networking and collaborative opportunities afforded to the attendees of the Ocean and Human Health Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) and the Gordon Research Conference (GRC) are vast and great. The GRS/GRC, in particular, has the capability of facilitating interlaboratory and interdisciplinary collaborations. The following article highlights the benefits associated with attending the GRS/GRC as a graduate student and first time attendee.
Russo, C. D.
(2013). The GRS/GRC from the Perspective of a Graduate Student and First Time Attendee. Microbial Ecology, 65(4), 922-923.
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