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The Nanobiology Certificate Program aims to integrate students from a number of existing graduate programs within this interdisciplinary research structure and thereby to provide a coherent strategy for educating students more broadly in nanobiology while still maintaining intellectual depth in a core discipline.

This site will act as an information hub for the program, both enhancing the growth of students involved and promoting opportunities and collaborations with the outside community. Contents will include educational and instructional materials collected from the program’s course, APPPHYS 514-099, and a calendar of organized activities.

The Nanobiology Certificate Program offered by the Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan. 

The key features of the new training program will be the breadth of the required course work, a requirement for multidisciplinary research experience,and the creation of a new student-led seminar program. They are:

  • Complete a nanoscience class within his or her Ph.D. area (3 credits).

  • Complete two complementary nanoscience classes outside of his or her
    specific Ph.D. area (6 credits)

  • Perform collaborative research in a second laboratory or with a second
    research group

  • Attend APPPHYS514-099 seminar series (2 credits/semester, 3 semesters) 


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