GSA Announces Partnership with Zeiss for Scholarship in Microscopy
Boulder, Colo., USA: The Geological Society of America (GSA) is pleased to
announce a new research grant for 2020 in partnership with The ZEISS Group,
a leading international technology company in the fields of optics and
Together, GSA and ZEISS are offering GSA members an opportunity to apply
for a new research grant of up to US$10,000, to be used for innovative
microscopy in geoscience projects. ZEISS will also provide access to
technology and expertise with the instrumentation.
Members of GSA who are master’s or Ph.D. students, post-doctoral
researchers, or early career researchers (most recent degree completed
within the last five years), at an institution in North America or Central
America, are eligible to apply.
Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and members of other groups
underrepresented in the geosciences are strongly encouraged to submit
Applications are being taken online now through 3 February 2020, and the
winner will be notified in April. Learn more and apply.
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