Mario J. Molina, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient from México City, was inducted to the California Hall of Fame for his work as an atmospheric chemist in a ceremony held at the California Museum in Sacramento on Dec. 5, 2017. Molina is shown along the red carpet event at the California Museum on Dec. 5.
Mario J. Molina, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient from México City, was inducted to the California Hall of Fame for his work as an atmospheric chemist in a ceremony held at the California Museum in Sacramento on Dec. 5, 2017. Molina is shown along the red carpet event at the California Museum on Dec. 5. DANIEL CÁSAREZ dcasarez@vidaenelvalle.com
Mario J. Molina, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient from México City, was inducted to the California Hall of Fame for his work as an atmospheric chemist in a ceremony held at the California Museum in Sacramento on Dec. 5, 2017. Molina is shown along the red carpet event at the California Museum on Dec. 5. DANIEL CÁSAREZ dcasarez@vidaenelvalle.com

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