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Press Release 14-047
Investing in the future through the Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Awards to 2,000 students cover a range of fields and institutions

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Adam Booth is shown doing research in Norway.

In this August 2010 photo, Graduate Research Fellow Adam Booth uses GPS receivers to monitor movement of bedrock landslides in Norway. This project was funded by NSF and the Research Council of Norway through a Nordic Research Opportunity Fellowship, in collaboration with the Norwegian Geologic Survey in Trondheim.

Credit: Adam Booth, Caltech


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Through the Graduate Research Fellowship Program, NSF invests in students with demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering.

Credit: National Science Foundation; Photo of Dr. Felsenfeld with President Truman courtesy of Society for Science and the Public


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Sean Berglund in lab

NSF Graduate Research Fellow Sean Berglund, in collaboration with a team at the University of Texas at Austin, has optimized advanced materials for photoelectrochemical water splitting to produce hydrogen and oxygen using sunlight. He is shown here operating a vacuum deposition chamber used to synthesize nanostructured, multi-component semiconductor materials

Credit: C. Buddie Mullins Research group at the Univesity of Texas at Austin


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Carrie M. Hall in lab

NSF Graduate Research Fellow Carrie M. Hall and a team of researchers at Purdue University have developed more intelligent engine systems, which allow biodiesel to be used efficiently without causing pollution increases.

Credit: Carrie M. Hall, Purdue University


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