International Research Experience for Students (IRES)
Biosensor Development, Summer 2017
Aarhus University in Denmark and Michigan Technological University offer summer research opportunities in Denmark from May to July 2017.
Explore sensor development and biomarker discovery to improve detection of cancer, malaria, and more with this international research opportunity.
Students in all years are welcome to apply, however, research experience is desirable for applicants. Desired majors include chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemistry, biology, and biochemistry. Four undergraduate and one graduate student will be accepted into the program. Applications are due by February 17, 2017.
The program will last for a total of 8 weeks, beginning in May and ending in July. This includes a 1 week orientation at Michigan Tech. A $4500 stipend will be provided, along with housing and travel.