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PRL Perspectives: Postdoctoral researcher Mauricio Tejera-Nieves

Mauricio Tejera-Nieves is a postdoctoral researcher in the Walker lab and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center. "Above all, I think the most valuable resource is its people, in my experience everyone is so knowledgeable and willing to collaborate."

Tags: PRL Perspectives, Walker lab By Kara Headley and Mauricio Tejera-Nieves; Banner image courtesy of Mauricio Tejera-Nieves

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