Johns Hopkins STEM students: can you speak Portuguese?

Amazonas_Brazilian_state-Amazon_rainforest-Americas-Brazil-Geography_of_South_America-Intact_forest_landscape-List_of_countries_by_forest_area-List_of_rivers_of_Amazonas_Brazilian_state-List_of_the_largest_country_subdivisions_by_area-NeotrThe Brazil Global Engineering Innovations Team is currently seeking a team member to participate in their project in Amazonas, Brazil. There is a particular need for a team member with Portuguese speaking and writing experience to help the team coordinate efforts with the local host group and assist the team in purchasing supplies and travelling while in Brazil. In addition to Portuguese speaking abilities, the team member should be self-motivated, a good team player and be interested in contributing to projects to benefit individuals in the developing economy of northern Brazil. Read more about INBT’s Global Engineering Innovation Program here. Interested students should contact Nathan Nicholes at nnicho12@jhu.edu by April 11.

Read more about the Global Engineering Innovations program here.

 

Official INBT undergraduate organization formed

students-chattingUndergraduate students affiliated with Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology has now become an official university group. The group’s goal is to create an environment for undergraduate researchers to get to know people, from different labs within INBT. The group will host events that will help students learn more about life after college as well as give members a chance to network and get to know one another.

To join the group, follow this link.

INBT recruiting for multiple training programs

INBT is currently recruiting for multiple programs.  Check out the links below for more information.

Global Engineering Innovations teams seeking new members

Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology is seeking new participants for its Global Engineering Innovations program and will host a presentation by the leader of the team in Brazil on Monday, October 28 at 5 p.m. in Schaffer 304 on the Homewood campus. Global Engineering Innovations (GEI) involves interdisciplinary student teams collaborating with international hosts to develop solutions to problems around the world.

Image courtesy of Master isolated images

Image courtesy of Master isolated images

Nathan Nicholes, pre-doctoral student in the chemical and biomolecualr engineering lab of Marc Ostermeier, will discuss the work his team has accomplished so far in Amazonas, Brazil developing an improved cassava mill. GEI is actively recruiting team members to join the group in Brazil. The team from Ocurex, which manufactures a portable retinograph machine, will also present their work for consideration for a future project.

Come learn how you can be involved in this program that combines engineering skills with international outreach. Pizza and soda will be provided.  For more information, visit INBT’s Global Engineering Innovations website here.

Download the event flyer here.

RSVP to attend to Ashanti Edwards at ashanti@jhu.edu.

Nano-Bio Graduate Training Program- Accepting applications

The Institute for NanoBioTechnology is now accepting applications for the Fall 2013 cohort of the training program!

You can earn an accredited certificate in nanobiotechnology and work in various labs across the university.

If you are interested in applying or have any questions, contact Ashanti Edwards- aedwards@jhu.edu