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	Lana, an undergraduate at Lehigh University, spent two months at BIOS working on research at Devil's Hole to determine the abundance of archaeal lineages during the anoxic period and subsequent overturn. </p>

Lana, an undergraduate at Lehigh University, spent two months at BIOS working on research at Devil's Hole to determine the abundance of archaeal lineages during the anoxic period and subsequent overturn. 

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	As part of her internship, Julia had the opportunity to particpate on a research cruise on the <em><a href=Atlantic Explorer , working alongside BIOS research technician, Paloma Lopez.

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As part of her internship, Julia had the opportunity to particpate on a research cruise on the Atlantic Explorer working alongside BIOS research technician, Paloma Lopez.

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	Julia, an undergraduate at Lehigh University, works in the Microbial Ecology Laboratory adding an oligonucleotide probe to filters. </p>

Julia, an undergraduate at Lehigh University, works in the Microbial Ecology Laboratory adding an oligonucleotide probe to filters. 

Students at Lehigh University have the opportunity to participate in the Iacocca International Internship Program which offers a 10-week internship at BIOS. Participants work on an individual research project under the mentorship of a BIOS scientist. Lehigh students who meet the eligibility requirements should consult BIOS’s list of mentors and potential research projects.

The internship is co-funded by the Iacocca International Internship Program and BIOS, and provides all accommodation and meals at BIOS, a contribution to research costs, and travel costs.

How to Apply

Prior to submitting an application prospective interns are encouraged to contact potential BIOS mentors directly to discuss projects. Mentor contact details can be found using the links provided here.

Applications are made directly through the Lehigh University Office of International Affairs. Full details of this internship, application procedure, and selection criteria can be found here.

This internship is open to Lehigh University students only but its existence does not exclude Lehigh students from consideration for other BIOS internship programs or courses.