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Summer Internship : Plant Genome Research and Bioinformatics

Focus Area: Genetics
Institution Name: BTI
Location: Cornell University
Application Deadline: 2/3/2017
Start Date: 6/5/2017
Wage: Selected undergraduate applicants will receive housing, travel, meals and up to a $5,300 stipend over 10 weeks. High school students will receive a $2,400 stipend over 6 weeks.
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THE DETAILS: Apply by February 3, 2017

PROGRAM DATES: Undergraduate: 6.5.17 to 8.11.17 High School: 7.3.17 to 8.11.17

SUPPORT: Selected undergraduate applicants will receive housing, travel, meals and up to a $5,300 stipend over 10 weeks. High school students will receive a $2,400 stipend over 6 weeks.

ELIGIBILITY: US Citizens or permanent US residents. Undergraduate applicants must be enrolled in a college/ university and at least 18 years of age at the time of the internship. High school interns are funded by local supporters and therefore the high school program is limited to local applicants only (within a daily commute of BTI), and are not eligible for housing travel or meal allowance.

The Boyce Thompson Institute, located at Cornell University, is now accepting applications for internships in Plant Genome Research and Bioinformatics. Do not miss this opportunity to be part of the next big breakthrough! Now in its 16th year, the Plant Genome Research Program Summer Internship offers an incredible opportunity to work side-by-side with experts in the field of Biology/Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics and Development, Plant Sciences, Genomics and Bioinformatics.

Apply now to gain invaluable experience while working one-on-one with mentors from an international community of scientists, passionate about protecting the environment, enhancing human health and improving agriculture around the world.

APPLY BY 2.3.17 AT 5 PM EST AT BTI.CORNELL.EDU/INTERNSHIPS

PGRP-OUTREACH@CORNELL.EDU 607.254.1202 NSF REU AWARD #1358843


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PGRP-OUTREACH@CORNELL.EDU

607.254.1202


Created By:
Hanson, Carolyn

Created At:
2017-01-13T11:50:03-07:00

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