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PhD Scholarships in nano biotechnology in Australia

PhD scholarships are now available at the Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP), Sydney, Australia for outstanding domestic and international students for up to three years at $25,849 to $29,849 (AU) per year tax free depending upon your experience and academic record. Join a world-leading research team that is working towards an understanding of the properties of porous nanoparticles in the body, with a focus on their fabrication and their characterisation.

We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated students to conduct research in the synthesis of mesoporous particles such as silica and their biological interaction such as the formation of a protein corona.
Inorganic synthesis skills would be highly advantageous as well as characterisation skills such as electron microscopy, gas adsorption and spectroscopic methods. Your project would involve individual as well as team exploration of this interdisciplinary area.

You will have a track record in scientific excellence and a background and interest in diverse areas such as materials chemistry, self-assembly, material characterisation methods, nanomedicine and
immunology. Your application should include a resume, copies of your academic transcripts and two referees. It would also be advantageous if you include a publication list. There are further eligibility
requirements.

Address your application to Dr Tom Lawson, Địa chỉ email này đã được bảo vệ từ spam bots, bạn cần kích hoạt Javascript để xem nó. Địa chỉ email này đã được bảo vệ từ spam bots, bạn cần kích hoạt Javascript để xem nó. by the 31/05/2015.

 
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