Research Training Program in Biomolecular Devices

Larry Orr larry.orr at asu.edu
Wed Sep 18 10:26:19 EST 1996


Arizona State University announces a new multidisciplinary graduate
research training program which integrates the areas of biology,
biophysics, chemistry and engineering.  The research focus of the program
is biomolecular devices, both natural and manmade.  The training theme is
multidisciplinary study and research across the traditional boundaries
between life sciences, physical sciences and engineering.  The goal of the
program is to prepare aspiring scientists and engineers for an increasingly
interdisciplinary research environment, both in industry and academics.
Students in the program will pursue doctorates in either Botany,
Bioengineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Electrical Engineering, or
Molecular and Cellular Biology while participating in a variety of courses
and research projects designed to interface these areas together.  Full
four-year stipend packages are available for U.S. residents funded through
a grant from the National Science Foundation.

For complete information, visit us on the internet at

        http://photoscience.la.asu.edu/rtg

or contact us directly:

        Professor Neal Woodbury
        Biomolecular Devices Program
        Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
        Arizona State University
        Tempe, AZ 85287-1604

        tel:  602-965-3294
        Nwoodbury at asu.edu

or

        Mr. Larry Orr,
        tel:   602-965-1963
        fax:  602-965-2747
        Larry.Orr at asu.edu

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Larry Orr                               Larry.Orr at ASU.edu
Photosynthesis Center                   tel: (602) 965-1963
Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry       fax: (602) 965-2747
Arizona State University
Box 871604
Tempe, AZ 85287-1604 USA            http://photoscience.la.asu.edu/photosyn






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