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BE FY 2005 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
Michigan Technological University Ann Maclean BE/MUSES: Renewable Energy from Forest Resources: An Investigation into the Viability of Large-Scale Production of Sustainable Transportation Fuels From Lignocellulosic Biomass $1,700,000.00
Ohio State University Research Foundation Bhavik Bakshi BE/MUSES: A Multiscale Statistical Framework for Assessing the Biocomplexity of Materials Use - The Case of Transportation Fuels $1,567,500.00
Pennsylvania State University Fred Cannon BE/MUSES:Moving to Sustainability: Improving and Valuing Materials Flow of the Metal Casting Industry $1,247,250.00
Purdue University Inez Hua BE: MUSES: Life Cycle Assessment and Policy Aspects of Brominated Flame Retardants $400,000.00
University of California at Irving Oladele Ogunseitan BE/MUSES: Engineering Environmentally-Benign Electronics: Convergent Optimization of Materials Use, Consumer Participation, and Government Regulation $1,500,000.00
AWARDS FOR EXPLORATORY AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES
University of Michigan Steven Skerlos BE MUSES: Implications of Automotive Fuel Economy and Emissions Policies on Materials Flows: A Life Cycle Approach Integrating Engineering, Public Policy, and Market Decisions $99,995.00
Yale University Thomas Graedel A Workshop on Data Scope and Data Structures for National Material Accounts $51,354.00

 

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