Spend summer 2020 engaged in cutting-edge materials research as part of a faculty-led research team of undergraduates, graduates, and postdoctoral associates. This National Science Foundation REU program invites undergraduates who are US citizens or permanent residents and who will enter their junior or senior year in the fall of 2020 to apply. The program takes place on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA. Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, Biomaterials and Engineering students are eligible.
Participants must cover their own living expenses. Dormitory rooms on campus will be made available.
MIT is a private educational institution, awarding undergraduate and graduate degrees. The Materials Research Laboratory is a materials research center at MIT, partially funded by the National Science Foundation. Basic research in materials-related fields (including physics) is undertaken at the MRL by faculty, postdocs, and students.
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