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Aquatic Chemical Ecology (ACE) Summer Undergraduate Research


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Description:
Aquatic Chemical Ecology (ACE) at Georgia Tech is a summer undergraduate research program supported by the National Science Foundation. ACE at Georgia Tech gives students the opportunity to perform exciting research with our faculty in the Schools of Biology, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering. You'll participate in research with one or more of our faculty, learn about careers in science and engineering, and see how scientists blend knowledge and skills from physics, chemistry, biology and related disciplines to investigate some of the most challenging problems in environmental sciences. Our REU program is also a great way to check out research as a career before committing to graduate school, and for building relationships that will help you with future career decisions. Participants will receive a stipend of $5000 plus accommodations with kitchen facilities i n university housing, and help with travel expenses to and from Atlanta.

Our program website is www.biology.gatech.edu/undergraduate-program/reu/ including program details, application process, and contact information. Any U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program is eligible, unless they have already been part of an NSF-REU program in Ocean Sciences or unless they will graduate before this summer.

Institution Type: Graduate Research University

Institution: Georgia Institute of Technology

Location: Atlanta, GA

Stipend: $5000 for 40 hrs/wk


Participating Institution(s):
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Georgia Institute of Technology (Lead)

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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Aquatic & Fisheries Sciences
Atmospheric Sciences
Biology
Cellular Biology
Ecology & Evolution
Genetics & Genomics
Geological Sciences
Molecular Biology
Physiology
Zoology

Keywords:
Aquatic Chemical Signaling
Aquatic Ecology
Bioremediation
Chemical Signaling
Plankton
Sensory Biology

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


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