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Methuselah Foundation Undergraduate Research Initiative


ATTN: ALL STUDENTS New Opportunities

Posted by kmoody , 03 July 2008 - - - - - - · 566 views

New Opportunities:

An MFURI Development Proposal (see http://www.mfuri.org...i_releases.htm) has recently been submitted, which highlights our intended course of development over the next few months. Originally intended only for student researchers, MFURI is rapidly expanding to allow for...


Scholarship Opportunities

Posted by kmoody , 27 May 2008 - - - - - - · 685 views

Attn: All Students

The Methuselah Foundation has recently approved thousands of dollars in scholarship opportunities (both individual and team oriented) for students participating in research about aging and age related pathology. Students must be performing laboratory research or literature reviews approved of by the MFURI Administration in order...


Networking and Academic Resource Initiative

Posted by kmoody , 26 May 2008 - - - - - - · 711 views

The MFURI Administration has recognized the lack of an extensively, publicly available database of resources for students interested in researching aging. As such, the following steps are being taken to allow for students to maximize their networking opportunities with leading researchers in the field, as well as to educate themselves effectively in the...


Creation of an Undergraduate Research Initiative

Posted by kmoody , 26 May 2008 - - - - - - · 612 views

I have submitted a number of posts on various chat forums across the web, but I have found it very prudent to keep an active blog to track the status of MFURI (Methuselah Foundation Undergraduate Research Initiative) and to utilize this means of communication to disperse knowledge and opportunities to everyone interested in making real contributions to...

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