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Press Release 14-092
NSF invests in science and engineering infrastructure across the nation

Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will each receive $20 million for strategically aligned innovative research

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Researcher collecting coral samples

Marilyn Brandt of the University of the Virgin Islands collects samples of coral for microbial analysis.

Credit: Marilyn Brandt, University of the Virgin Islands


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Golden-brown stalks of corn on cracked dirt

Missouri's award integrates high-resolution climate data, high-throughput genomics and phenomics with stakeholder engagement.

Credit: Shane Epping, University of Missouri


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BioSNTR will apply imaging and molecular biology to predict cell functions, signaling processes and growth-factors. BioSNTR's capacity to map biochemical molecular circuitry will advance the science and technology of high-yield crop production, livestock management and cellular mechanisms that affect human and animal health.

Credit: SD EPSCoR, South Dakota State University


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Maine's award will explore critical benefits of coastal resources through establishing the Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network.

Credit: Brian Beal, Downeast Institute and UMMachias


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North Dakota's multi-institutional award will focus on the effects of climate change on the nation's food and biofeedstocks and develop sustainable and economically viable materials.

Credit: North Dakota State University


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