Click here to find three new exciting grants to help fund your research. Two are postdoctoral, but one is open to any level.
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One of the biggest issues in the STEM fields today is student retention. Undergraduates often experience burnout because so much of their education is theoretical in nature.
The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network is offering 10-week summer research research opportunities for about 70 undergraduates across the network’s 14 sites.
Students will be assigned to work on a project in any of several exciting nanotechnology fields, including electrical, chemical, mechanical, and biomedical engineering.
Online application now is live. Apply by February 15, 2015.