. . . the study of non-food crops for biomass production, metabolic engineering of oilseed biosynthesis, green algae as liquid biofuel production systems, microbial carbon sequestration, biochemical pathways of lignocellulose conversion, and system engineering of microorganisms for biomass conversion.Applications can be submitted as early as December 8th, with a final deadline of March 1st. You can find more information here. This is a great opportunity to develop research skills, as well as learn about a growing area in biotechnology.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Summer research internship in bioenergy
a new NSF funded research program in bioenergy, the use of biological material such as algae to produce energy. The program provides a $4,635 stipend for students to conduct research from June 6th to August 10th in a number of research areas, including: