The Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering at Kansas State University is seeking new PhD students for the Spring 2019 semester, to work with Dr. Won Min Park. This position will involve research on using proteins to build nanostructures with novel properties for biological and biomedical applications. Interested students should apply to the K-State graduate program by August 1st, or shortly thereafter, see: http://www.che.ksu.edu/graduate/admissions_finaid/ Inquiries should be directed to email@example.com.
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