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Press Release 09-190
Expeditions in Computing Continue to Break New Ground

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act enables groundbreaking discovery in computing

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An artist's conception of a robotic bee, created as part of the Harvard RoboBees Project.

An artist's conception of a robotic bee, created as part of the Harvard RoboBees Project, one of three new Expeditions in Computing awards made by the National Science Foundation this summer. Funded at $2 million per year for five years, these projects represent some of the largest single investments made by the directorate. The projects allow academic researchers and their collaborators to explore ideas that promise significant advances in the understanding of the computing frontier, while also yielding great benefits to society.

Credit: Harvard University


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