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Draper’s DARPA-sponsored MOOSE project is developing technology for direct polymer synthesis, monomer-by-monomer. We are seeking a highly motivated chemistry student to assist with literature review for a new DARPA-sponsored program. The work will involve literature search, review, and organization under the oversight of a mentor (Senior Research Chemist mentor). An anticipated outcome is publication of a review article. We expect the work to require at least 10 hours per week through the fall semester, some of which can be completed remotely.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated an expressed interest in organic chemistry as demonstrated through advanced organic chemistry coursework and/or work experience in a research laboratory. Experience with searching and reviewing peer-reviewed journals is a plus, but on-site training will be provided.