Spend a summer working on cutting-edge imaging science research as part of the STROBE community! STROBE is an NSF Science and Technology Center coordinating six institutions across the US to build the microscopes of tomorrow. Our research includes visible, x-ray, nano-probe, and electron microscopy, and has applications across materials science, basic physics and chemistry, and biological systems. We have research opportunities at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of California at Berkeley, Fort Lewis College, Florida International University, and the University of California at Irvine (see below for specific research descriptions at each site).
All programs include $4,000-5,000 stipend and additional funding may be available for housing/travel for those who need it.
Program dates vary but are typically 8-10 weeks, include research in a supervised lab experience, supporting group and social activities, and academic, science, and career development opportunities.
Undergraduates will present their summer findings at the STROBE Summer Undergraduate Research Scholar Symposium in August.
Overall questions can be directed to Ellen Keister - firstname.lastname@example.org
About STROBE STC
The STROBE Science & Technology Center brings together imaging science experts from seven universities and partners with national labs, industry and academe to push the boundaries of imaging science capabilities and technologies, while building a diverse workforce that is prepared for 21st century careers in science and technology.
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