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The University of Missouri’s Department of Biochemistry and ABC Laboratories have developed a joint initiative to offer science majors first-hand work experience in private industry. The University’s Department of Biochemistry will offer a five-credit course titled Biochemistry 4001, Industry Internship. ABC scientists will participate in course lectures and, the company will offer paid internships to interns selected for the program. Applications for the internships for the spring and summer semesters of 2014 were accepted, four internships have been awarded.

Source: ABC Laboratories

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