BMR Group work-study positions

 

EE Lab Assistant:  The Bios-Materials Research group seeks to build and test simple circuit “References” against which to gauge the field and emissions from electromagnetic devices used in healing.  Circuits utilize custom coils, quartz crystals, frequency generators and plasma tubes.  Job entails assisting in constructing these reference test circuits and measuring fields from them, as well as measuring fields and emissions from manufactured healing devices.  Experience in electronics and signal analysis helpful.  Supervisor: Dr. Tania Slawecki.  More info at www.personal.psu.edu/tms9/BMR.html )

 

Science Literature Assistant:  The Bios-Materials Research group is investigating the effects on physical materials (e.g. water, minerals) from unconventional electromagnetic devices used in healing.  Job entails assisting with the underlying scientific literature about relevant research that has been done on these materials or on the devices themselves.  Experience using science computer databases and finding scientific articles in the library helpful.  Great training for students aspiring to do graduate work in the medical or materials science fields.  Primary supervisor: Dr. Rustum Roy.  More info at www.personal.psu.edu/tms9/BMR.html )

 

Material Research Lab Assistant:  The Bios-Materials Research group is examining the effects on physical materials (e.g. water, minerals) from unconventional electromagnetic devices used in healing.  A variety of measurement tools are being utilized to examine these materials including infrared and Raman spectroscopy, optical rotation microscopy, and rheometry.  Job entails learning how to use a variety of materials research tools, assisting in data acquisition and some analysis.  Practical, “hands-on” experience for the aspiring materials scientist.  Supervisor: Dr. Rick Hoover.  More info at www.personal.psu.edu/tms9/BMR.html )