From Nov. 14-17, President Timothy Killeen and a delegation of senior leaders visited Mexico and met with the Mexican Science and Technology Council. The University of Illinois signed an agreement with the Mexican Science and Technology Council that will allow doctoral students to study at the University system. In addition, the delegation met with Mario Molina, a winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Molina is a climate policy adviser to Mexico’s president and founder of the Molina Center for Energy and the Environment. The center focuses on exploring solutions to challenges related to environmental protection, energy use, climate change prevention and sustainable development.