Martika Harper, a rising senior biology major at Winston-Salem State University, is participating in a first-of-its-kind summer research program for college undergraduate students interested in conducting cutting-edge nanobiotechnology research.

Harper was one of 10 students selected for the nine-week program called "Development of Safe Nanomaterials for Biological Application" being held at Alabama State University in Montgomery.  The inaugural three-year program is being funded by a $336,634 grant from the National Science Foundation.  Participating students receive a stipend, housing, meal and travel allowances.

Learn more about the nanobiotechnology research program.

Winston-Salem State University

Monday, June 23, 2014

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