Join one of the Nation's leading multidisciplinary science and technology programs for a ten-week laboratory internship.

Undergraduate and Graduate Program: May 26 through July 31, 2020 in Washington, DC

On-line application can be found at
Early Review Application Deadline*: November 15, 2019 (refer to TWC website for information and instructions).
Normal Application Deadline: January 1, 2020

Research Opportunities include (but are not limited to):

  • Catalytic Sorbent Synthesis for Neutralization and Decontamination of CBW targets
  • Wireless Power
  • Polymer Synthesis for Improved Optical Properties
  • Space Observations: Investigating Coronal Mass Ejections
  • Optical Orbital Debris Prototype Development
  • Canine Detection Chemistries
  • Biosensor Design and Engineering
  • Bio-fuels and Alternative Energy Materials
  • Systems Biology
  • Cybersecurity
  • Graphical User Interface-Robotics Engineering
  • Microbattery and Miniature Power Source Designs
  • Protein Engineering and Therapeutic Enzyme Development
  • Image Processing and Data Interface
  • Microstructural Studies of Advanced Steels
  • Nanoparticle Characterization and Synthesis
  • Structural Biology and X-ray crystallography
  • Molecular Engineering of Bioconstructs for Chemical and Biotoxin Detection
  • Microbiotics: Engineering and Design
  • Meta-Proteomics and Mass Spectral-Based Proteome Profiling
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Novel Materials Joining Processes
  • Micro- and Nanofabrication Surface Design of Materials
  • Computational Design and Characterization of Materials
  • Engineering and Device Fabrication for Explosives Detection
  • Nanocrystalline Magnetic Materials for Power Electronics
  • Electrochemical Reduction Pathways of Nitroenergetics
  • Laser Processing of Biomaterials
  • Solar Energy Harvesting
  • Organic/Inorganic Molecular Imprinting
  • Surface Plasmon Resonance Analysis
  • Solar radio astronomy
  • Design and fabrication of III-V semiconductor-based optoelectronics Infrared detection and imaging
  • Electromicrobiology - molecular and synthetic biology to investigate and develop electrical capabilities in living bacteria