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BE FY 2004 Awards

MATERIALS USE: SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND SOCIETY

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Total Awarded Institution Principal Investigator Title
INTEGRATED RESEARCH AND EDUCATION AWARDS
$115,000.00 Sean E. Wright BE/MUSES: Alternative Fuels and Powerplant Systems for Transportation: Impact on Environment and Society University of Colorado at Denver
$345,263.00 Michael R. Overcash BE-MUSES/Collaborative Research: Health Protective Textiles: Bridging the Disposable/Reusable Divide North Carolina State University
$1,497,469.00 Gang Sun BE-MUSES/Collaborative Research: Health Protective Textiles: Bridging the Disposable/Reusable Divide Univeristy of California at Davis
$1,850,694.00 Robert P. Anex BE MUSES: Biocomplexity in the Bioeconomy: The Natural and Industrial Ecology of Biobased Products Iowa State University
AWARDS FOR EXPLORATORY AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES
$114,964.00 Uta Krogmann BE MUSES: Towards Self-Sustaining High-Rise Buildings: Framework for an Analysis of Materials, Energy, Economic and Social Issues Rutgers University
$115,000.00 Nancey Green Leigh BE: MUSES/Materials Flow Modeling in Sustainable Industrial Systems Within Urban Centers Georgia Institute of Technology
$115,000.00 Bhavik R. Bakshi BE MUSES: A Multiscale Bayesian Framework for the Life Cycle Inventory of Industrial Materials - The Case of Transportation Fuels Ohio State University

 

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