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Press Release 10-180
NSF Research Dollars Boost Science and Engineering Infrastructure in Regions in Need of Support

Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Tennessee and West Virginia each received investment of $20 million for five years

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The Plant Powered Production (P3) Bioreactors Technology Lab of Siva Kumar, Arkansas Biosciences Institute, Arkansas State University, is shown.

Credit: Arkansas Science & Technology Authority


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Photo of Ting Liu explaining the use of molecular beam epitaxy to undergraduate Kirk Pirlo.

Nanostructure research at the West Virginia EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Simulate Competitive Research) is shown. West Virginia University electrical engineering graduate research assistant Ting Liu explains the use of molecular beam epitaxy for the growth of nanostructures to physics undergraduate Kirk Pirlo. The equipment was upgraded using funding from the National Science Foundation EPSCoR activity, provided through West Virginia EPSCoR during a previous Research Infrastructure Improvement grant (RII).

Credit: West Virginia University - WVNano


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The Plant Powered Production (P3) lab of Fabricio Medina-Bolivar, Biosciences Institute, Arkansas State University.

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Photo from left to right of Steve Soper, Suzanne Lassiter and Musundi Wabuyele.

CBM2 DNA Sequencing Lab is shown. Researchers at the Center for BioModular Multi-Scale Systems' (CBM2) DNA Sequencing Laboratory at Louisiana State University (LSU). Shown left to right are, Steve Soper, director of CBM2, Suzanne Lassiter, and Musundi Wabuyele. CBM2 was the centerpiece of Louisiana's 2004 Research Infrastructure Improvement award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Their DNA Sequencing Lab is developing a modular-based Microsystems approach for analyzing the primary structure of the human genome. Funded by a three-year National Science Foundation EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research), CBM2 is a collaboration between researchers at LSU's Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices (CAMD), Chemistry, Biology, and Mechanical Engineering, the LSU Health Science Center in New Orleans, Tulane Health Science Center and Xavier University. External partners include researchers at Cornell Medical College, Sloan Kettering Memorial Cancer Research Center and Baylor College of Medicine.

Credit: Center for BioModular Multi-Scale Systems, Louisiana State University


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The Plant Powered Production (P3) Lab of Elizabeth Hood, Distinguished Professor of Agriculture, Arkansas State University and President & CEO of Infinite Enzymes, is shown.

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