University of California, Berkeley

 Undergraduate Internship Program in Nanotechnology
Summer 2007

 Be in the vanguard of cutting-edge scientific research


As a participant in our program, you will:

Program participants receive:

 Examples of 2006 Summer Internship Research Projects

Topic   Principal Investigator  

"Chip-to-Chip Fluidic Connectors via  Near-Field Electrospinning"

Prof. L. Lin
"Bifunctional Dendrimer for drug delivery" Prof. J. Frechet
"Synthesis of Acid-Degradable Particles" Prof. J. Frechet
"Peptide-based cancer therapeutics using phage display" Prof. S.W. Lee
"Electromechanical resonator" Prof. A. Zettl
"Fundamentals and Research in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy" Prof. M. Crommie
"Phage Display" Prof. A. Majumdar
"Electrostatic Force Microscopy of Buried Nanoparticles in Thin Films" Prof. R. Segalman
"Monitoring Carbon Monoxide" Prof. A. Pisano
"Optimal Environment and Medium for Culturing Differentiated Hepatocytes" Prof. L. Lee
"Controllable Synthesis of Cadmium Telluride Nanotetrapods" Prof. P. Alivisatos

To Apply

Send your resume, transcripts (unofficial okay), names of 3 references, and a 350-word essay on why you want to participate in the COINS Summer Internship Program to:

Underrepresented students are encouraged to apply
Must be a US citizen or permanent resident

The deadline has been EXTENDED to Thursday, APRIL 5, 2007

About the Center of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems (COINS)

COINS' mission is to inspire and realize revolutionary applications involving molecular transport, replication, and energy conversion using nanomechanical technology.

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