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If you think there's one type of person who becomes a biologist, think again. Participants in both programs must be US citizens or permanent residents and should have at least rising sophomore (MRSEC) or rising junior (Cell and Molecular Visualization) standing at an accredited undergraduate college or university. This shape is determined by the sequence of amino acids. The largest single component of the year is the research project, carried out as a member of a research group under the supervision of academic staff.

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