Specialized Workshops

Specialized workshops are another form of outreach education, which targets the professional and academic audiences. They are organized in conjunction with our partnering institutions and universities in Mexico. The main objective is to provide high caliber scientific information to further build human capital and foster ties between U.S. and Mexican researchers. The following is a list of our past workshops in chronological order

Dean Carter Binational Center Hosts Nanotechnology Meeting in Tucson, Arizona

On April 19, 2011, the University of Arizona (UA) Dean Carter Binational Center for Environmental Health Sciences and Superfund Research Program (SRP) hosted a binational nanotechnology meeting....
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Dean Carter Binational Center Retreat in Mexico City

On September 20-21, 2010, Dean Carter Binational Center collaborators met in Mexico City to discuss future activities that will be developed over the next five years. Since its inception, the Center...
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Binational Center Brings Together Experts and Regulators to Assess the Impacts of Acid Mine Drainage in Taxco, Mexico

The Workshop goal was to provide the most pertinent scientific information regarding acid mine drainage. Specifically, it addressed the characterization of acid mine drainage and its potential...
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A Binational Success: Binational Center Hosts Specialized Workshop in Ciudad Obregon, Mexico

The University of Arizona's (UA) Dean Carter Binational Center for Environmental Health Sciences hosted its sixth Specialized Workshop in Ciudad Obregon, Mexico entitled, Health Impacts,...
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Binational Center Hosts 5th Specialized Workshop in San Luis Potosi, Mexico

The University of Arizona's (UA) Dean Carter Binational Center for Environmental Health Sciences (Binational Center) hosted its fifth Specialized Workshop entitled: Health Effects and...
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