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CRI/ICEIT Newsletter

CRI/ICEIT Newsletter

The institute publishes a quarterly CRI/ICEIT Newsletter which is distributed to over 4,000 readers worldwide to increase public awareness, and to encourage greater involvement of the public in identifying environmental problems and the resolution of such problems through cooperation.

The newsletter presents information on ICEIT research, and education and training programs, as well as commissioned articles, reports, and summaries of research articles from international journals.

These summaries attempt to make the often complex developments in highly specialized research areas more accessible and understandable to the interested lay person.

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