ANU Physics Project Market Day - Travel Scholarships available NOW

Tuesday 24 June 2014

ANU Physics Project Market Day - Travel Scholarships available NOW

This year are offering travel scholarships to students interested in doing a Physics Project at ANU (i.e. Honours, Masters or PhD) to come to our Physics Project Market Day on August 19th. Applications for travel scholarships due August 1st.

Details can be found on the Physics Market Day webpage

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