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Research In Astrobiophysics

CREDIT OFFERED: PHSX 800 or 999

SALARY OFFERED: A Research assistantship is possible.

CONTACT PERSON: Adrian Melott, 864-3037, melott@ku.edu, Malott Hall 5075.

PREREQUISITE COURSES: A 3.2 GPA in graduate physics courses.

DESIRED SKILLS: Possibilities are limited only by our imagination.

DESCRIPTION OF JOB: We now have students computing the atmospheric effects of a gamma-ray burst, amassing data on mass extinctions for analysis, and collecting and analyzing rock samples for isotopic anamolies. See astrobiophysics.


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