Angela M. Guzmán
In Colombia, science and technology may be the key to future growth. For the past two decades, the Red Nacional de Optica (RNO), or Colombian National Network on Optics, has been strengthening optics research in Colombia, promoting international collaboration and opening up new possibilities for Colombian students abroad.
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Publish Date: 01 October 2009
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