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Undergraduate students selected as 2021 Woese Research Scholars

June 7, 2021

The Carl R. Woese Undergraduate Research Scholar program is designed to inspire students to pursue important scientific questions. This year, Peyton Hopkins and Shreyaa Khanna have been selected to carry out their research for a 10-week period, supported by a stipend from the IGB.


June 7, 2021


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July 16, 2019

Two of the most basic motivations that drive scientific research—exploration of the unknown and the desire to solve a pressing problem—are represented by this year’s Carl R. Woese undergraduate research scholars. Allison Narlock will spend her summer investigating the mechanics of archaeal cell division; Monika Ziogaite will be working to identify genetic variants that contribute to the metastatic potential of breast cancers.


July 16, 2019


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IGB Welcomes Two Woese Undergraduate Research Scholars

June 27, 2016

Not every student dreams of spending their summer on the beach. Some would rather pursue their passions on campus, spending the long summer days in an air-conditioned lab crunching numbers or plating cells. For two lucky undergraduates researching at the IGB that dream is now a reality, made possible by the Carl R. Woese Undergraduate Research Scholarship.


June 27, 2016


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