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BE FY 2003 Awards

MATERIALS USE: SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND SOCIETY

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Institution Principal Investigator Title Total Awarded
INTEGRATED RESEARCH AND EDUCATION AWARDS
Carnegie Mellon University Lester B. Lave BE: MUSES: Tracking Heavy Metal Life Cycle Pathways with Input-Output Methods $1,190,000.00
University of Michigan Gregory A. Keoleian BE: MUSES: Sustainable Concrete Infrastructure Materials and Systems: Developing an Integrated Life Cycle Design Framework $1,670,000.00
Virginia Polytechnic Institute Andrea Dietrich BE-MUSES: Towards Sustainable Materials Use for Drinking Water Infrastructure $1,492,997.00
Yale University Thomas E. Graedel BE: MUSES: Multilevel Cycles, Models, and Scenarios for Iron Alloying Elements $979,993.00
AWARDS FOR EXPLORATORY AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES
University of Illinois at Chicago Thomas L. Theis BE: MUSES: Life Cycle and Economic Impacts of Bio-Based Production $99,691.00

 

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