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New NSF Investment to Accelerate Innovation Research

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Photo of Flaura Winston in the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies virtual simulator room.

Dr. Flaura Winston, director of the NSF Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS), stands in the Center's virtual simulator room. The Center combines analysis of data related to vehicle crashes with the science of biomechanical epidemiology to make children and adolescents safer. CChIPS is among the FY 2011 Accelerating Innovation Research grantees aiming to transition more research findings into industry.

Credit: Courtesy of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 2011.


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Image of a dummy on a sled to research ways to protect children and adolescents in car crashes.

Special test dummies help researchers at the NSF Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS) find ways to protect children and adolescents in car crashes. Support from the NSF AIR program will speed the creation of practical outcomes from such research.

Credit: Courtesy of Rowan University and The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 2009.


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