Graduate esearch Opportunity

yair heimer heimer at BGUMAIL.BGU.AC.IL
Wed Nov 29 07:59:32 EST 1995


The Jacob Blaustein Graduate Program for Desert Research

Graduate Research Opportunity at the
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Two year fellowships are available, to support M.Sc. and Ph.D. thesis 
research at the Albert Katz Center for Desert Agrobiology of the Jacob 
Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, situated at the Sede Boker 
Campus (Negev Desert) of Ben-Gurion University.

Disciplines represented at the Center include: micropropagation;  
molecular and cellular biology;  soil and water relations; runoff 
farming; desert plant biotechnology; biostress.

Candidates must be registered for post-graduate studies at an accredited 
institute of higher education anywhere in the world.  Accreditation of 
thesis and award of degree, will be by the home institute, by prior 
arrangement.

Fellowships will be sufficient to cover board and lodging at the Sede 
Boker Campus.
Deadline for applications - February 29, 1996.  Announcements of awards 
will be sent by March 15, 1996. Students should plan to arrive no later 
than August 1, 1996.

For further information on any of the disciplines listed and application 
forms, please contact:
Prof. Yair M. Heimer, Head, Albert Katz Center for Desert Agrobiology, 
Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, Ben-Gurion University of 
the Negev, Sede Boker 84993, Israel.  
Fax: 972-7-557245.  E.mail: heimer at bgumail.bgu.ac.il.





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