Calling Harvard undergraduates — again

February 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

Not only do you have the opportunity to spend your summer working on iGEM, you also have the option of joining the BIOMOD team.  BIOMOD is an international competition on biomolecular nanotechnology open to undergraduate students around the world, launched by the Wyss Institute.   Peng Yin is one of the faculty advisors for the Harvard team, which is being organized by Adam Marblestone.  If you’re interested in joining the Harvard team, contact Adam; students receive a stipend of $4500 for the summer.  If you’d like to start a BIOMOD team at another institution, check out the BIOMOD website.  Registration is open until March 31st.

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