Chloe Groome took victory in her section at the Associated Graduate Students (AGS) Graduate Research Symposium on April 26, 2019. Her talk was on, “Leaving Platinum Behind: A Path to Affordable Hydrogen Fuel Cells.” She spoke in the Biology, Chemistry, and Medicine category. This annual symposium provides a venue for UCI graduate students to showcase their research in terms that a general audience can easily grasp. Speakers are rated on broader impact, persuasiveness, and organization. Congrats Chloe!
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