Samera Hussein Hamad*
Environmental Chemistry and Technology University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Received: 12 April, 2015; Accepted: 13 April, 2015; Published: 14 April, 2015
Samera Hussein Hamad, Ph.D., Environmental Chemistry and Technology University of Wisconsin-Madison USA, Email:
Hamad SH (2015) Disseminate Research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) that Help in Creating Constructive Solutions in a Context of National and International Regulations. J Civ Eng Environ Sci 1(1): 001. DOI: 10.17352/2455-488X.000001
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