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Subject: Summer Research Experiences at NIMBioS

Description:
Looking for a fun and challenging summer research experience? The Summer
Research Experiences (SRE) at NIMBioS (the National Institute for
Mathematical and Biological Synthesis) provides undergrads in math, biology
and related fields, as well as high school teachers in mathematics and
biology, the opportunity to conduct research in teams with UT professors,
NIMBioS researchers, and collaborators on projects at the interface of math
and biology. During this eight-week summer program, undergraduates live on
the UT-Knoxville campus and work in collaborative teams on a variety of
biological research projects using mathematical methods. The topics change
each year and cover a range of life science areas including disease and
health, evolution, ecology, molecular biology and more. Students receive a
stipend, apartment-style housing, travel support to Knoxville, and more.

Dates for next summer's program will be June 9 through August 1, 2014.
For more information and the application, visit
http://nimbios.org/sre/sre2014

Deadline is February 14, 2014.

Contact Person: Kelly Sturner
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Website URL: http://nimbios.org/sre/sre2014

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