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Texas A&M to be first international university partner in Yucatán’s SIIDETEY research complex

Cementing its reputation as an international leader in research, Texas A&M University has been invited to become the first international academic partner in SIIDETEY, the Mexican state of Yucatán’s expansive research consortium.


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