CIC nanoGUNE is opening the call to select Master's students to do their projects in one of its 10 research groups. Those interested will be able to gain expertise in various subjects in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, ranging from nanooptics to nanomaterials or nanoengineering geared towards biomedical applications.
So, the nanoscience cooperative research center is offering four scholarships to students of nanotechnology, materials science, physics, chemistry and biology who will be selected to do their Master's projects in one of its groups. Students enrolled in an official Master's course are eligible for these scholarships. The selection process will start on 15 May, so that early applications are strongly encouraged.