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Environmental Impacts on Biological Systems: from Molecules to Ecosystems REU

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Academic Level:
Undergraduate Students

Research opportunities in the areas of neuroscience, microbiology, cell, biology, molecular genetics, biochemistry, ecology, physiology, and bioinformatics. Open to first, second, & third year undergrads considering a career in basic scientific research in the life sciences or in secondary education.

Application Deadline: 2/17/2013
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Program Dates: 5/20/2013 - 7/26/2013

Participating Institution(s):
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Hope College (Lead)

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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Cellular Biology
Ecology & Evolution
General Medical & Life Sciences
Genetics & Genomics
Molecular Biology
Plant Sciences

Behavioral Ecology
Environmental Biology
Insect Ecology and Evolution
Microbial Ecology

This program is funded by:
National Science Foundation (NSF)

Page last updated 1/25/2013
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This material is based upon work partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 0646359, 1444498, 1139269, 0853147, 0827110, 0749544, 0703763, 0701472, 0549302, 0503536, 0456706, 0429048, 0954286, 0728588, 0834096, 1444382, 1037641, 1038809, 1315956, 1506040.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.