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First edition of Darwin Summer School 4-15 July 2011

The first edition of the Darwin Summer School on Biogeosciences will address the perturbation of the global carbon cycle, in the past, present and future. Main subjects will be ocean acidification and the carbon cycle, microbial ecology and biomarkers and terrestrial carbon cycling. The Darwin Center comprises a pool of excellent lecturers, who are renowned in their fields. This, combined with one or two foreign experts, will provide an attractive, high quality program. This Summer School is all about interdisciplinary research: students are expected to work on the interface of biology, earth sciences, chemistry and physics.



A limited number of scholarships in the form of (partial) fee waivers and/or accommodation intended for talented students is available. The applications for scholarships will undergo a selection procedure.

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