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MPSAC Basic Research Working Group

April 30, 2010 8:00 AM  to 
October 30, 2010 8:00 PM

Working Group formed as a result of the Spring MPS Advisory Committee Meeting

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Morris Aizenman, (703) 292-8807, maizenma@nsf.gov
       Preferred Contact Method: Phone

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28 April 2010 Email Version One Outline Cornell
Adaptive Optics and Imaging the Human Retina
Basic Research Spinoffs Joseph DeSimone
Basic Research Spinoffs Miscellaneous
Decade Survey 2000 Chapter 4
Outline One for a Basic Research White Paper Cornell
Statement by Norman R Augustine Above The Gathering Storm
Suggested Basic Research to Societal Cornell Hawley
Suggestions for Supporting Materials
Electrophoresis and Mapping the Human Genome
Ic. Morris
IIa. IIb. IIc. Eric, The Benefits of Basic Research
IId. Morris, International
IIIa. Elsa, The Intangible Benefits
IIIb. Suzanne
IIIc. Kevin
Basic Research White Paper


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