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News Release 17-094

NSF funds 30 faculty research fellowships through new EPSCoR initiative

Awards focus on developing the next generation of US researchers

Researcher Georgina Gibson with Fairbanks, Alaska, in the background.

Georgina Gibson, of the University of Alaska Fairbanks' International Arctic Research Center, will research dissolved organic matter at the interface of Arctic land and ocean.

Credit: Georgina Gibson


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Jonathan Richardson weighing a rat in the field.

Jonathan Richardson of Providence College studies the factors that effect rat populations in cityscapes, work that could lead to more effective rat population control efforts and public health campaigns.

Credit: Jonathan Richardson


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Matthew White and a visiting researcher discuss the features of the dual-vacuum-chamber solar cell fabrication facility at the University of Vermont.

Matthew White of the University of Vermont's research focuses on the materials used to make solar cells, with the goal of addressing the nation's energy needs. Here, White and a visiting researcher discuss the features of the dual-vacuum-chamber solar cell fabrication facility at the University of Vermont.

Credit: Madalina Furis, University of Vermont, Department of Physics


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Vivien Taylor of Dartmouth College collects a water sample from a forest pool.

Vivien Taylor of Dartmouth College collects a water sample from a forest pool. Taylor's research will focus on accumulation pathways of mercury in forest watershed tributaries and lakes.

Credit: Kate Buckman, Dartmouth College


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Jocelyn McDonald of Kansas State University

Jocelyn McDonald of Kansas State University will study new microscope methods to reveal how cells move inside tissues and will use light to control cell movement.

Credit: Jocelyn McDonald, Kansas State University


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Guojian Wang of the University of South Dakota in his lab.

Guojian Wang of the University of South Dakota researches large size high-purity germanium crystals on a project expected to lead to significant advancements in development of instruments capable of observing dark matter.

Credit: Guojian Wang, Physics Department, University of South Dakota


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