iEOS2015 Student Bursaries Equivalent Value of £200 – #iEOS2015 http://environmentalomics.org/ieos2015-registration/

Student Bursaries

We are pleased to announce postgraduate bursaries for students presenting posters or talks cover the registration fee are available. To qualify please submit abstract using the link given on the registration page These bursaries will be awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis. All awards will be accompanied by an appropriate award letter to allow students to use the bursary as matched funding against other sources of conference funding.

Heavy metals are essential for life, however, paradoxically exploitation of land for mineral extraction and manufacturing industry results in the release of large quantities of heavy metals that can be toxic to the natural environment. My research portfolio is designed to exploit state-of-the-art genomic, proteomic and metabolomic techniques to study the mechanisms by which biological systems handle heavy metals assessing: their impact as pollutants, their involvement in disease and the basic mechanisms by which they are bound within biological systems.

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