Lucille V. Abad

Philippine Nuclear Research Institute



Abad received the Julian A. Banzon Medal as a 2017 Outstanding Research and Development Awardee for her research on using irradiated seaweed as a plant growth supplement.

(Photo: Civil Service Commission of the Philippines)

  • 2017 Outstanding Research and Development Award

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