[MARMAM] Opportunities for Research in Argentina, Chile, Brazil

Quijote Info info at syquijote.com
Tue Nov 4 13:26:26 PST 2014

MARMAM Community - we at Quixote Expeditions have an excellent opportunity
for scientists with projects at the end of the world!

Quixote Expeditions has sailing trips in Argentina, Chile, Antarctica, and
Brazil. We have a Guest Scientist Program where scientists can join any of
our regularly scheduled trips in order to help them carry out their
research. This can be anyone working on a master’s or PhD thesis,
professors and researchers at universities, and scientists associated with
non-profits. We offer a free space onboard any of our scheduled trips for
scientists to perform their research. We sail in remote places that are
often hard for scientists to get to and for those with limited funding,
impossible due to the expensive nature of working in remote areas. We hope
that by offering these spaces – one per trip, that amazing and interesting
science can be continued here at the end of the world.

For those interested, please check out our upcoming trips
<http://www.syquijote.com/trips/> as well as our science page
<http://www.syquijote.com/science/>. Also trips are continually added – so
check back as well or email us for more info.

To apply please download the application form *here*
Also include your CV along with your application. All applications for
trips in the first half of 2015 are due by December 15th and after that on
a rolling basis for all trips that still have space free. Please contact
with any questions regarding available trips or the application process.

We can offer free room and board to one scientists per trip. All other
related costs are at the expense of the scientists. If your project
potentially spans more than one trip, please apply for multiple trips on
the application form.

Any questions, please contact us at info at syquijote.com
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