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					                                       National Science Foundation
                                FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards
FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology Research and Education EHS Awards

Summary: 158 awards; $32,707 million (target for primary nano-EHS $26.91 million),
inluding several contributing projects
                            PROJECT TITLE                                       ABSTRACT              Total award   2007 nano  Lead EHS
                                                                                                                          EHS  awarding
         Institution                                                                                                 FUNDING component:
                                                                                                                        LEVEL Directorate
                                                                                                                              and Division
                                                                                It is hypothesized
                                                                                that lung
                                                                                deposition of
                                                                                highly                                           ENG/CBET
                            Lung Deposition of Highly Agglomerated              agglomerated
U Minnesota Twin Cities     Nanoparticles                                       nanoparticles           $400,000      $400,000
                                                                                This project has
                                                                                as its overall goal
                                                                                the initiation of
                                                                                studies in which                                 ENG/CBET
University of Illinois at                                                       life cycle
Chicago                     The Life Cycle of Nanomanufacturing Technologies                            $200,000      $200,000
                                                                                The toxicity of
                                                                                nanoparticles has
                                                                                received
                                                                                increased                                        ENG/CBET
                            International Research Needs Assessment for nano-   attention in the
Rice University             EHS                                                 recent years.            $70,000       $70,000
                                                                                The toxicity of
                                                                                nanoparticles has
                                                                                received
                            Experimental and numerical simulation of the fate   increased                                        ENG/CBET
                            of airborne nanoparticles from a leak in a          attention in the
U Minnesota Twin Cities     manufacturing process to assess worker exposure     recent years.           $400,000      $400,000




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                                                                     The overall
                                                                                   objective of this
                                                                                   research is to
                                                                                   investigate the                                 ENG/CBET
                             Aggregation and Deposition Behavior of Carbon         aggregation and
Yale University              Nanotubes in Aquatic Environmrnts                     deposition              $400,000    $400,000
                                                                                   Nanomaterials
                                                                                   and their broad
                                                                                   implications are
                             SGER: Aquatic Nano Environmental Health and           rapidly reshaping                               ENG/CBET
                             Safety of Nanomaterials and Their Bimolecular         the landscape of
Clemson Univerity            Dervatives                                            our science and          $30,000     $30,000
                                                                                   This conference
                                                                                   was followed in
                                                                                   2006 by a 2-day site
                                                                                   remediation                                     ENG/CBET
                                   Workshop: International Environmental
                                 Nanotechnology Conference: Applications and       workshop at Region
                                                Implications                       5 offices in Chicago,                $40,000
                                                                                   IL. Over100 four
                                                                                   Over the past
                             SGER: Carbon Nanomaterial Translocation and           years the PI has                               ENG / CBET
Clemson University           Transfer                                              studied the binding      $72,999    $72,999
                                                                                   of RNA and single-
                                                                                   CAREER: Uptake,
                                                                                   fate and transport of
                                                                                   environmental
                                                                                   nanoparticles: from                            ENG / CBET
                             CAREER:Uptake, fate and transport of
University of Michigan Ann   environmental nanoparticles: from atomistic           atomistic
Arbor                        simulations to membrane diagnostics                   simulations to          $400,000   $150,000
                             Collaborative Research: Development of New            membrane
University South Carolina    Heterogeneous Catalysts for NOx Storage and                                                          ENG / CBET
Research Foundation          Reduction (NSR)                                                               $165,000    $65,000
                                                                                   Intellectual Merit:
                                                                                   We propose to
                                                                                   investigate the
                                                                                   underlying science                             ENG / CBET
                             Microreactor-Assisted Nanoparticle Deposition: An and technology for
Oregon State University      Efficient, Green Route to Functionally Gradient Films assembling              $299,265    $99,265



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                                                                         This work
                                                                                   EHS Awards
                                                                                       motivated by the
                                                                                       need to find a
                                GOALI: Novel Impregnated Layer Combustion              controllable                                  ENG / CBET
                                Synthesis for Catalysts Preparation: Hydrogen          preparation method
University of Notre Dame        Production from Methanol                               of high surface area    $224,999    $24,999
                                                                                       This proposal was
                                                                                       received in
                                                                                       response to the
                                                                                       Active                                        ENG / CBET
                                NIRT: Exploiting Protein Cage Dynamics to              Nanostructures and
Montana State University        Engineer Active Nanostructures                         Nanosystems             $700,000    $50,000
                                                                                       Wax The goal of
                                                                                       this research is to
                                                                                       develop a novel
                                                                                       optical system for                            ENG / CBET
                                Molecular imaging of live cells using hyperspectral    molecular imaging
Duke University                 darkfield microscopy                                   of live cells based
                                                                                       High frequency and      $600,000   $300,000
                                                                                       high sensitivity
                                                                                       ultrasound imaging
                                                                                                                                     ENG / CBET
University of Michigan Ann      Biophotonics: All-optical ultrasound transducers       at the frequency
Arbor                           using micro- and nanophotonic elements                 range of 30-100MHz      $199,538   $100,000
                                                                                       CBET-0730469
                                                                                       Fauchet The
                                Photonic Crystal System for Single Bioparticle         development of                                ENG / CBET
University of Rochester         Detection                                              rapid, sensitive and    $397,446   $300,000
                                                                                       CBET-0733868
                                                                                       Backman
                                SGER: Biophotonics for Diagnosis of Pancreatic         Pancreatic cancer                             ENG / CBET
Northwestern University         Cancer                                                 (PC)present worst
                                                                                       The has the             $160,349   $160,349
                                                                                       proposal is to
                                                                                       develop a biosensor
                                                                                                                                     ENG / CBET
Polytechnic University of New   MRI: Development of Ring-Ribbon Resonator              instrument to detect
York                            Biosensor Instrument                                   and quantify binding
                                                                                       Exploring the           $443,381   $200,000
                                                                                       physical factors and
                                Exploring the physical factors and chemical            chemical
                                                                                                                                     ENG/CBET
                                interactions involved in the adsorption of synthetic   interactions involved
Clemson University              aromatic compounds by carbonaceous                     in                      $125,219   $125,219



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                                                                       This proposal was
                                               FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards
                                                                                  received in
                               Suppl. NIRT: Metal Ion Complexation by Dendritic   response to
                               Nanoscale Ligands: Fundamental Investigations      Nanoscale Science                                        ENG/CBET
Howard University              and Applications to Water Purification             and Engineering
                                                                                  This research grant            $100,000       $100,000
                                                                                  addresses the
                                                                                  critical need for
                                                                                                                                           ENG/CMMI
John R Dorgan      303-273-                                                       improved
3539 jdorgan@mines.edu      Environmentally Benign Polymer Nanocomposites         sustainability in the
                                                                                  This research is         $   280,000.00   $ 280,000.00
                                                                                  focused at
                               Experiments, Applications and Modeling of          separating and
                                                                                                                                           ENG/CMMI
Steve T Wereley   765-494-     Advanced Optical Traps for Manipulating and        sorting the
5624 wereley@purdue.edu        Sorting Micro and Nano Particles                   microscopic
                                                                                  Societal implications    $   212,453.00   $ 212,453.00
                                                                                  of nanotechnology
                                                                                  have been well-
                                                                                                                                           ENG/CMMI
Julie Chen       978-934-                                                         recognized as
2992 julie_chen@uml.edu        Industrial Safety of Nanoheaters                   critical to the life-    $   589,776.00   $ 589,776.00
                                                                                  The objective of this
                                                                                  research is to
                                                                                  investigate transport                                    ENG/CMMI
Krishna R Reddy    312-996-    Remediation of Contaminated Subsurface Using
4755 kreddy@uic.edu            Nanoscale Iron Particles                           and reactivity of              $169,830       $169,830
                                                                                  This proposal is to
                                                                                  nanoscale zero
                                                                                  secure support for a
                                                                                  first workshop
                                                                                                                                           ENG/CMMI
                                                                                  between scientist
University of Virginia         Joint US-Ireland Workshop on Nanotechnology        and researchers
                                                                                  This award supports             $56,978         10,000
                                                                                  the fourth in a series
                                                                                  of joint USA-Korea
                                                                                                                                           ENG/CMMI
                               The Fourth U.S. Korea Forum on Nanotechnology:     workshops on a field
Carnegie Mellon Univ           Sustainable Energy                                 of high priority to             $30,000         10,000
                                                                                  The objective of this
Babak AmirParviz      206-                                                        proposal is to
                                                                                  develop a                                                ENG/ECCS
543-4043                   CAREER: Self-Assembly of Functional Systems
babak@ee.washington.edu    Within Live Cells                                      fundamentally new              $319,393       $319,393
                                                                                  way to construct
                                                                                  Collaborative
                               Collaborative Research: Integrated Microsystem for Research:
                                                                                                                                           ENG/ECCS
Sung K Cho          412-624-   Ultrasensitive Airborne Pathogen Detection in Real Integrated
9798 skc@engr.pitt.edu         Time                                               Microsystem for                $300,000       $300,000
                                                                                  Ultrasensitive



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                                                                       The objective of this
Rhonda Franklin Drayton                                                            research is to
                                                                                   develop a                                       ENG/ECCS
  612-626-8978                  GOALI: Development of a New Generation of
drayton@ece.umn.edu             Sensors based on Metal/Bacteria Interfaces         framework for a new      $300,000    $300,000
                                                                                   The objective bio-
                                                                                   generation of of this
Reza Ghodssi        301-                                                           (SGER) is to
                                                                                   develop the                                     ENG/ECCS
405-8158                        SGER: Integrated InP Microcantilever Biosensors
ghodssi@eng.umd.edu             Using Chitosan Interface Layer                     foundation for            $75,000     $75,000
                                                                                   investigating the
                                                                                   Intellectual Merit:
                                An Ultrasensitive Biosensor Integrating            The goal of this
                                                                                   research is to                                  ENG/ECCS
Leigh M Smith       513-556-    Semiconductor Nanowires with Plasmonic
0457 leigh.smith@uc.edu         Resonators                                         harness optical          $330,750    $330,750
                                                                                   nonlinearities in
                                                                                   In this five-year
Cindy K Harnett          502-                                                      proposed CAREER
                                                                                   project, newly                                  ENG/ECCS
852-0689                        CAREER: Ultra Low-Power Embedded Sensors for
cindy.harnett@louisville.edu    High-Density Remote Monitoring of Water Quality    developed ultra low-     $405,686    $405,686
                                                                                   power chemical this
                                                                                   The objective of and
Sharon M Weiss            615-                                                     SGER proposal is to
                                                                                   establish a                                     ENG/ECCS
343-8311                       SGER: Evaluation of Porous Silicon Pore Size for
sharon.weiss@vanderbilt.edu    Effective Infiltration of Biomolecules              quantitative              $73,682     $73,682
                                                                                   This award between
                                                                                   relationship initiates
Robert Nerem                                                                    the Engineering
                                                                                                                                   ENG/EEC
 robert.nerem@ibb.gatech.edu GA Tech/emory Center for the Engineering of Living Research Center for
   404-894-2768               Tissues                     (0.1 nano)            the Engineering of          2,560,145     74,875
                                                                                Living Tissues. The
                                                                                Intellectual merit:
Claire
Gmachl,cgmachl@princeton.ed ERC on Mid-Infrared Technolgies for Health & the    MIRTH will develop
                                                                                                                                   ENG/EEC
u,                            Environment                                 (0.1 knowledge,
               609-258-7489   nano)                                             technologies and            2,987,555     50,000
                                                                                engineering systems
                                                                                Background: The
Fernando Muzzio, Fernando
Muzzio                                                                          proposed ERC in
                                                                                Structured Organic                                 ENG/EEC
<fjmuzzio@yahoo.com>,
          732-445-3357        ERC for Structure Organic Composites (0.5 nano) Composites (C-                2,970,000       435
                                                                                SOC) will establish
                                                                                Project Summary
Jay Keasling, "Jay
                                                                                Synthetic biology is                               ENG/EEC
Keasling"<keasling@berkeley.e Synthetic Biology ERC
du>,510-495-2620                (0.75 nano)                                     the design and              3,167,969    500,000
                                                                                construction of new



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                                                                          TECHNICAL:
                                                                                  Surface
                                   Production and Measurement of Tailored         composition and                                                 MPS/DMR
Lehigh University                  Surfaces in Bimetallic Nanoparticles           structure are                   $148,490             49496
                                                                                  J. L. Beauchamp
                                   Fundamental Studies of Ion Formation from      of the California
                                   Charged and Neutral Drops with Applications    Institute of                                                    MPS/CHE
                                   to Gas Phase Ion Chemistry and Chemical        Technology is
California Inst of Tech            Analysis                                       supported by the                $320,000          $160,000
                                                                                  Professor Joseph
                                   Characterization of Nanoparticle-Linked        Wang of Arizona
                                   Biomolecule Assemblies for Advanced            State University is                                             MPS/CHE
Arizona State University           Bioelectronic Detection                        supported by the
                                                                                  With this award                 $170,000           $85,000
                                                                                  from the
                                   CRIF:MU Acquisition of Particle Sizing and     Chemistry
                                                                                                                                                  MPS/CHE
                                   Characterization Instrumentation for Chemistry Research
University of Iowa                 Research and Education                         Instrumentation                 $344,138          $344,138
                                                                                      With the support of                           $157,000
                                   CAREER: Spectroscopic and Electrochemical          the Analytical and
                                   Studies of Nanoparticle Size, Shape, and           Surface Chemistry                                           MPS/CHE
U of Minnesota-Twin Cities         Surface Chemistry                                  Program, Professor          $315,000
                                                                                      Haynes and her
                                                                                      In this award,
                                   Nanoscale Sensing of the Chemistry and Self-       funded by the
                                   Assembly of Molecules at Interfaces Using          Experimental                                                MPS/CHE
Columbia University                Scanning Probe Microscopy                          Physical Chemistry          $267,145           133,573
                                                                                      Program of the
                                                                                      In this two-year
                                                                                      award, funded by
                                   Quantum Dots FRET-Based Probes for                 the Experimental                                            MPS/CHE
University of New Orleans          Cellular Assays                                    Physical Chemistry          $210,000          $210,000
                                                                                      Program of the
                                                                                      The National
                                                                                             Academies, through
                                                                                             its Board on                                         MPS/CHE
Nat Acad of Sciences               Prudent Practices Update                                  Chemical Sciences           $175,000      $175,000
                                                                                             and Technology, will $219,767
                                   Unraveling the Complexity of Biosilicification Processes: Intellectual Merit:                  $73,315
                                   Kinetic and Thermodynamic Controls of Organic             With the recognition
  Virginia Polytechnic Institute
                                   Substrates on the Nucleation of Amorphous Silica          that silicon is a                                    GEO/EAR
                                                                                             highly biological
                                                                                             element, its roles in


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                                Testing molecular mechanisms for growth and  Intellectual Merit: $200,000                  $110,000
                                dissolution reactions on calcite surfaces               Kinetic models of
 GA Institute of Technology                                                             mineral dissolution                           GEO/EAR
                                                                                        and growth are
                                                                                        hampered by are
                                RUI: Heavy Metal Sorption/Co-precipitation Interactions Nanoparticlesour      $155,223     $55,168
                                with Nanoscale Iron Oxyhydroxides                       widespread in
    Chapman University                                                                  aqueous                                       GEO/EAR
                                                                                        environmental
                                The Reactivity of Subcolloidal Iron Clusters            The enormous a
                                                                                        systems and play      $403,933     $126,094
                                                                                        advances in
   U of California Davis                                                                methods to                                    GEO/EAR
                                                                                        synthesize
                                Chemical and Biological Interactions at Environmental   nanometer-sized
                                                                                        This Institute will   $6,158,000   $250,000
                                Interfaces                                              create fundamental
     Stanford University                                                                molecular-level                               GEO/EAR
                                                                                        understanding of
                                Center for Environmental Kinetic Synthesis              environmental
                                                                                        Kinetics of abiotic   $7,465,530   $250,000
                                                                                        and biotic chemical
Pennsylvania State University                                                           reactions in both                             GEO/EAR
                                                                                        natural and
                                                                                        contaminated
                                                                                        Smectite-illite      $5,800        $5,800
                                                                                        interstratified clay
      Miami University                                                                  minerals are                                  GEO/EAR
                                Nanoscale Investigation of Microbial Role in
                                Promoting the Smectite to Illite Transformation         ubiquitous in
                                                                                        sedimentary basins. $3,000
                                                                                        Intellectual Merit:                $3,000
   Carnegie Institution of      Collaborative Research: An Interdisciplinary Study      Chemical
       Washington                                                                       interactions                                  GEO/EAR
                                of Chiral Molecular
                                Adsorption on Mineral Surfaces                          occurring at
                                                                                        interfaces between $253,459
                                                                                        Intellectual Merit:                $253,459
                                Collaborative Research: An Interdisciplinary Study      Chemical
  Johns Hopkins University                                                              interactions                                  GEO/EAR
                                of Chiral Molecular
                                Adsorption on Mineral Surfaces levels due to As,        occurring at
                                Characterization of defect energy
                                                                                        interfaces between
                                                                                        Understanding the     $79,089      $79,089
                                Co, and Ni impurities in pyrite: A step toward
                                understanding charge transfer kinetics at the           molecular scale
    Vanderbilt University                                                               mechanisms of                                 GEO/EAR
                                semiconductor/electrolyte interface
                                Characterization of defect energy levels due to As,     pyrite oxidation is
                                                                                        fundamental to a



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                                                                            Biochemicals $199,998                            $28,428
                                   Predicting Chemical Transformations of                 produced by
   Johns Hopkins University                                                               organisms perform                             GEO/EAR
                                   Extracellular Biochemicals: The Role of Iron and
                                   Manganese (Hydr)Oxides                                 a diverse array of
                                   Colloid Retention in Unsaturated Porous Media due to   functions in the
                                                                                          Colloid transport is$220,312       $53,000
                                   Capillary Forces                                       an important
       Cornell University                                                                 mechanism in the                              GEO/EAR
                                                                                          movement of
                                   Collaborative Research: Experimental and Numerical     contaminants
                                                                                          Wildenschild/Schaap $11,000        $11,000
                                   Characterization of Thin Films in Three-Dimensional
    Oregon State University
                                   Porous Media                                                                                         GEO/EAR
                                                                                          Existing analyses on
                                   Collaborative Research: Solute Transport in Aquifers   thin film
                                                                                          After many years of $249,654       $76,117
    University of Alabama          Containing Connected High-Conductivity Networks:       research, it is
         Tuscaloosa                Theory Founded on Laboratory and                       evident that the                              GEO/EAR
                                   Field Data                                             prevalent, advection-
                                                                                          dispersion model
                                                                                          Material properties   $698,318     $160,000
                                                                                          and structural
    Arizona State University                                                              perturbations at the                          GEO/EAR
                                   Solid State Geochemistry: High-Resolution
                                   Transmission Electron Microscopy of Minerals           near-atomic scale
                                   Rates and Mechanisms of Intracrystalline and           will be determined
                                                                                          Metamorphic             $232,796   $232,796
                                   Intergranular Diffusion                                processes that take
 University of Texas at Austin                                                            place deep in the                             GEO/EAR
                                                                                          earth's crust or in its
                                   Fluorine-Hydroxyl Diffusion in Fluorine-Bearing        Many mantle cannot $364,866
                                                                                          upper geologic                     $300,000
                                   Rock-Forming Minerals                                  events within the
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute                                                          earth's crust are                             GEO/EAR
                                                                                          greatly influenced by
                                   Aqueous Aluminosilicate Complexing in Deep-            volatile components $314,882
                                                                                          The geochemical                    $110,014
  University of California-Los     Crustal and Upper-Mantle Fluids                        evolution of high-
            Angeles                                                                       pressure, high-                               GEO/EAR
                                                                                          temperature
                                   Calorimetry Under Extreme Conditions                   igneous andof the
                                                                                          The interior            $732,855   $178,970
                                                                                          Earth is at high
 University of California-Davis                                                           temperature and                               GEO/EAR
                                                                                          high pressure,
                                                                                          leading to structural



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                                Disorder and Dynamics in Silicate and      The overall goal of $724,086                  $175,979
                                Aluminosilicate Liquids, Glasses, and Crystals        this project is to
     Stanford University        Relevant to Geochemical Processes: Nuclear            better understand,                            GEO/EAR
                                Magnetic Resonance Studies                            and eventually to be
                                Collaborative Research: The Processing and            The primary the
                                                                                      able to predict,     $1,014,883    $324,088
  University of Virginia Main   Radiative Properties of Aerosols over the Western     objectives of this
           Campus               North Atlantic Ocean at Bermuda                       project are: 1) To                            GEO/ATM
                                                                                      characterize major
University of Miami Rosenstiel Collaborative Research: The Processing and             processes
                                                                                      The primary          $405,073      $135,927
School of Marine&Atmospheric Radiative Properties of Aerosols over the Western        objectives of this
              Sci              North Atlantic Ocean at Bermuda                        project are: 1) To                            GEO/ATM
                                                                                      characterize major
                                Particle Nucleation Events in the Ohio River Valley   processes
                                                                                      A time series of        $499,723   $196,546
                                                                                      ultra-fine particles in
      Indiana University                                                              a forest in the Ohio                          GEO/ATM
                                                                                      River Valley will be
                                Mass Spectrometry Measurements of the Size-           acquired and
                                                                                      The Ice in Clouds       $4,375     $4,375
 University of California-San   Resolved Single Particle Mixing State of              Experiment-Layer
            Diego               Atmospheric Aerosols and Ice and Cloud Nuclei         (ICE-L) field study                           GEO/ATM
                                During ICE-L                                          will be performed in
                                A Two-Pronged Attack on the Problem of Aerosol        fall 2007 onall NSF $437,893
                                                                                      Essentially the                    $155,682
                                Climate Forcing                                       mechanisms by
   University of Washington                                                           which anthropogenic                           GEO/ATM
                                                                                      aerosol is thought to
                                Aerosol Eddy Flux and Hygroscopic Growth During       affect climate
                                                                                      The goal of this      $480,046     $180,306
                                Biosphere Effects on Aerosols and Photochemistry      project is to
   Oregon State University      Experiment (BEARPEX)                                  measure particle                              GEO/ATM
                                                                                      deposition via eddy
                                CCN and Large Nuclei during RICO                      fluxes and of this
                                                                                      The goals particle    $400,368     $75,443
 University of Nevada Desert                                                          project are to
      Research Institute                                                              measure cloud                                 GEO/ATM
                                                                                      condensation nuclei
                                CAREER: Carbonaceous Particles of Tarry Origin        (CCN) in air will
                                                                                      This project        $498,826       $100,916
                                                                                      characterize the
  U of Ill Urbana-Champaign                                                           physical and                                  GEO/ATM
                                                                                      chemical properties
                                                                                      of carbonaceous



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                              EMSI: Atmospheric Integrated Research Using This Institute will $6,000,000                $150,000
                              Chemistry at Interfaces (AIRUCI)                      develop a broad
      U of Cal Irvine                                                               understanding of                               GEO/ATM
                                                                                    reactions at the air-
                                                                                    water interface and
                              Application of an Aerosol Model to Simulate Smoke and This project involves $996,938      $253,591
 University of Colorado at    Marine Aerosols                                       the continued
          Boulder                                                                   maintenance and                                GEO/ATM
                                                                                    development of an
                              Aerosol particle effects on warm and cold cloud       aerosol/cloud model $578,027
                                                                                    All cloud droplets                  $182,343
                              formation                                               and many ice
 Colorado State University                                                            crystals form on                             GEO/ATM
                                                                                      suspended particles
                              Comprehensive physical and chemical                     in the atmosphere.
                                                                                      The primary goal of $280,783      $51,292
                              measurements to test predictions of radiative and       this project is to
  University of Wyoming       hygroscopic properties of surface atmospheric           improve our                                  GEO/ATM
                              aerosol                                                 understanding of the
                              Collaborative Research: Inhibition of snowfall by       This is a of
                                                                                      influence            $526,186     $204,225
University of Nevada Desert   pollution aerosols                                      collaborative project
     Research Institute                                                               to study the effect of                       GEO/ATM
                                                                                      air pollution on
                              Collaborative Research: Inhibition of snowfall by       snowfall rates and
                                                                                      This is a              $254,491   $89,526
                              pollution aerosols                                      collaborative project
 Colorado State University                                                            to study the effect of                       GEO/ATM
                                                                                      air pollution on
                              Measurement and Analysis of Aerosol Physio-chemistry    snowfall rates and
                                                                                      This project is        $508,353   $170,662
                              and Optical Properties in Support of MIRAGE-Mex         designed to conduct
    University of Hawaii
                              (Mexico City Pollution Outflow Experiment)              a comprehensive                              GEO/ATM
                                                                                      set of
                              Collaborative Research: Aerosol Impacts on the Regional measurements of
                                                                                      This project will   $490,268      $119,865
                              and Global Environment                                  provide
  U of Cal SD Scripps Inst                                                            measurements of                              GEO/ATM
                                                                                      the optical and
                              Collaborative Research: Mexico City Aerosol Particle    chemical properties $270,918
                                                                                      This project will                 $42,869
   Droplet Measurement        Impacts on the Regional Environment (MIRAGE)            provide
       Technologies                                                                   measurements of                              GEO/ATM
                                                                                      the optical and
                                                                                      chemical properties



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                                   How do Particle Chemical Properties affect Aerosol The oxidation $614,069                    $176,629
                                   Chemical Reactions?                                        kinetics and
       Harvard University                                                                     mechanisms of                                GEO/ATM
                                                                                              organic molecules
                                   Thermodynamic Modeling of Atmospheric Organic              incorporated as
                                                                                              This project involves $424,999    $147,220
 Oregon Health and Science         Particulate Matter (OPM) in Salt-Containing,               the further
         University                Potentially Multi-Phasic PM Systems                        development and                              GEO/ATM
                                                                                              evaluation of a
                                   CAREER: Towards Improved Characterization of               unified modeling
                                                                                              This project          $423,453    $100,525
                                   Aerosol/Cloud Processes: New Techniques for Aerosol        concerns new
      Clarkson University
                                   Sampling and Analysis                                      techniques for                               GEO/ATM
                                                                                              aerosol-cloud
                                   CAREER: Chemical Processing and Cloud Nucleation           characterization
                                                                                              This proposal          $627,644   $120,622
    Texas A&M Research             Activity of Soot Aerosol                                   focuses on the
         Foundation                                                                           interactions of soot                         GEO/ATM
                                                                                              particles with gas
                                   Effects of Aerosols on Microphysical Properties of         phase species
                                                                                              Ice clouds are and  $227,539      $0
                                   Springtime Clouds Containing Ice                        important in
     Oregon State University                                                               regulating climate, in                          GEO/ATM
                                                                                           producing
                                   ICE-L CCN Spectral Measurements                         precipitation, and in $352,072
                                                                                           The Ice in Clouds                    $0
 University of Nevada Desert                                                               Experiment (ICE) is
      Research Institute                                                                   a multi investigator                            GEO/ATM
                                                                                           project with the
University of Michigan             Aerosols-Climate Interactions: Development and Tests of intent to better
                                                                                           Aerosols produce       $434,580      $434,580
                                   a Dust Lifting Model                                    direct radiative
                                                                                           forcing by scattering                           GEO/ATM
                                                                                           and absorbing solar
                                   Airborne Measurements in Support of Pacific             and infrared involves $575,680
                                                                                           This project                         $174,262
                                   Atmosphere Sulfur Experiment (PASE): Processes             deployment of a
      University of Hawaii
                                   Affecting Physiochemistry and Evolution of Aerosol Size-   large suite of                               GEO/ATM
                                   Distributions in the Tropics                               instruments to
University of Alaska - Fairbanks   Arctic Cloud and Aerosol Remote Sensing Research at        characterize aerosol $614,133
                                                                                              Arctic clouds have a              $192,462
                                   AFARS                                                      significant impact on
                                                                                              local and global                             GEO/ATM
                                                                                              climate and weather
                                                                                              through modulating



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                                                               National Science Foundation
Droplet Measurement Technology
                                                 FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards
                                 Soot, CCN, and Small Particle Shape Discrimination in Intellectual Merit: $241,112          $109,945
                                 Clouds                                                    Measurements of
                                                                                           cloud condensation                           GEO/ATM
                                                                                           nuclei (CCN), soot
Atmospheric Physics Associates   Aircraft Studies of Charge-Enhanced Contact Ice           mass and cloud
                                                                                           The Principal          $329,392   $122,680
                                 Nucleation                                                Investigators are
                                                                                           making fundamental                           GEO/ATM
                                                                                           measurements
University of Kentucky           Light scattering based investigation of microstructured   needed for
                                                                                           During their lifetime, $118,520   $59,008
                                 aerosols                                                  ambient aerosols
                                                                                           from various                                 GEO/ATM
                                                                                           sources coagulate
University of Nebraska - Kearney RUI: Development of a Fixed Frequency Aerosol             Estimates aerosols $147,864
                                                                                           with other of aerosol             $78,432
                                 Albedometer                                            radiative forcing
                                                                                        would benefit from                              GEO/ATM
                                                                                        new techniques for
University of Wyoming                                                                   measuring light
                                 Biological Ice Nucleators in the Atmosphere, 2007 IUGG It has over 30 years $23,302         $23,302
                                 Gen. Assembly; Meeting Award                           since the discovery
                                                                                        that certain common                             GEO/ATM
                                                                                        bacteria are potent
Kent State University            CAREER: Kinetics Studies and Ground-Based              ice nucleiof thisTwo $660,296
                                                                                        The goal (IN).                       $236,637
                                 Atmospheric Observations of Tropospheric Aerosol       research is a better
                                 Nucleation                                             understanding of                                GEO/ATM
                                                                                        aerosol formation
University of North Dakota       Collaborative Proposal: Evaluation of aerosol-cloud-   processes inof the
                                                                                        The climate the      $99,822         $34,181
                                 radiation process and feedbacks in the Alaskan Arctic     Arctic is changing
                                                                                           rapidly for reasons                          GEO/ATM
                                                                                           that are poorly
University of Utah               Collaborative Proposal: Evaluation of aerosol-cloud-      understood. of is
                                                                                           The climate It the     $324,121   $105,865
                                 radiation process and feedbacks in the Alaskan Arctic     Arctic is changing
                                                                                           rapidly for reasons                          GEO/ATM
                                                                                           that are poorly
UC San Diego                     Mass Spectrometry Measurements of the Size-Resolved       understood. It is
                                                                                           The Ice in Clouds      $359,999   $131,345
                                 Single Particle Mixing State of Atmospheric Aerosols      Experiment-Layer
                                 and Ice and Cloud Nuclei during ICE-L                     (ICE-L) field study                          GEO/ATM
                                                                                           will be performed in
                                                                                           fall 2007 on the NSF



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                                                            National Science Foundation
Colorado State University
                                              FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology award Awards
                             Travel Award for the 17th International Conference on This travel
                                                                                               EHS $18,600
                                                                                                                        $9,300
                             Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols (ICNAA);              will facilitate the
                             Galway, Ireland; August 13-17, 2007                       participation of                            GEO/ATM
                                                                                       primarily students
                             New Particle Formation in the Upper Troposphere and       and postdocs and       $26,901   $26,901
                             Lower Stratosphere During HIAPER Progressive Science
           Kent State
                             Missions (supp.)                                                                                      GEO/ATM

Oregon State University                                                                                       $79,961   $79,961
                                                                                                                                   GEO/ATM
                             Supplement to 0612605 for PACDEX Support
Harvard University                                                                     During the wet       $309,780    $84,680
                                                                                       season, the Amazon
                                                                                       rainforest is a                             GEO/ATM
                             Biogenic Organic Aerosol Experiment in Amazonia           largely unperturbed
University Corporation For                                                             system with respect
                                                                                       NCAR researchers $411,082,410    $465,000
Atmospheric Res                                                                        publish in numerous
                                                                                       journals. "A listing                        GEO/ATM
                             UCAR Management of NCAR 2003-2008                         of NCAR
Penn State University                                                                  Publications can be $340,842
                                                                                       This work will                   $12,503
                             Solvated Salts and Acids: Contributions to Basic          continue innovative
                                                                                       investigations into                         GEO/ATM
                             Understanding of Nucleation, Particle Growth, and
                             Aerosol Chemistry                                         cluster chemistry of
Carnegie-Mellon University   Laboratory, Field, and Theoretical Studies of the Water   hydrometeor
                                                                                       In the atmosphere,    $487,251   $178,195
                             Uptake of Fresh and Aged Atmospheric Particles            water usually
                                                                                       requires an exisiting                       GEO/ATM
                                                                                       surface to make the
                             CAREER: Toward an Understanding of the Indirect           transition from vapor $547,449
                                                                                       The overall goal of              $122,091
                             Climatic Effect of Organic Aerosol: Quantitative          this project is to
   GA Tech Res Corp - GIT    Assessments Using Experimental Characterization           improve the                                 GEO/ATM
                             and Model Integration                                     community's
                             Atmospheric nucleation: Quantum studies, kinetic          understanding of the $496,858
                                                                                       This project seeks               $165,512
                             modeling, and regional scale investigations               to improve
        SUNY at Albany                                                                 knowledge of                                GEO/ATM
                                                                                       atmospheric
                                                                                       nucleation through:



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                                                             National Science Foundation
                                                  FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards
                                 Application of an Aerosol Model to Simulate Smoke This project involves
                                 and Marine Aerosols                                 the continued
University of Colorado Boulder                                                       maintenance and                                   GEO/ATM
                                                                                     development of an
                                 MRI: Acquisition of a High Resolution Analytical    aerosol/cloud model $593,687
                                                                                     This MRI grant                       $593,687
                                 Transmission Electron Microscope for the Miami      provides support for
       Miami University          University Electron Microscope Facility             the acquisition of a                              GEO/EAR
                                                                                     high resolution
SUNY at Stony Brook              IGERT: THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MINERALS,              Transmission
                                                                                     This Integrative     $2,899,798      $100,000
                                 METALS, METALLOIDS, AND                             Graduate Education
                                 TOXICITY (3MT) GRADUATE TRAINING AND                and Research                                      GAO/OAD
                                 EDUCATION PROGRAM                                   Training (IGERT)
                                                                                     award supports the
                                                                                     The purpose of this
                                     Collaborative Research: Plant Regulation of     work is to enhance
    Chesapeake Research
       Consortium, Inc
                                    Competition Betweeen methanogens and Iron        our understanding        $109,115      $109,115    BIO/
                                     Reducing Bacteria in Freshwater Wetlands        of important but
                                                                                     'unseen' processes
                                                                                     The purpose of this
                                     Collaborative Research: Plant Regulation of     work is to enhance
    American Type Culture
          Collection
                                    Competition Betweeen methanogens and Iron        our understanding        $88,174        $88,174    BIO/
                                     Reducing Bacteria in Freshwater Wetlands        of important but
                                                                                     'unseen' processes
                                                                                     Selenium
                                    Evolutionary and Ecological Aspects of Plant     hyperaccumulation
   Colorado State University
                                            Selenium Hyperaccumulation               is the intriguing        $459,206      $159,031    BIO/
                                                                                     phenomenon that
                                                                                     certain plant species
                                                                                     This study will
                                                                                     investigate the
   University of North Florida     RUI: Heavy Metal Detoxification in Crustaceans    membranes, cells,        $606,121      $145,344    BIO/
                                                                                     tissues, and organs
                                                                                     of crustaceans
                                                                                     This study will
                                                                                     investigate the
   University of North Florida     RUI: Heavy Metal Detoxification in Crustaceans    membranes, cells,                       $6,000     BIO/
                                                                                     tissues, and organs
                                                                                     of crustaceans the
                                                                                     The objective of
                                                                                     project is to use
      Dartmouth College                              The Ionome                      high throughput ICP-    $3,490,000     $900,000    BIO/
                                                                                     MS technology to
                                                                                     identify gene



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                                                               National Science Foundation
      SUNY at Stony Brook               Nanotoxicity
                                                        FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards
                                                                                ################# $100,000                              $100,000

                                                                                                                                                              NSE,




           Workshop: International
        Environmental Nanotechnology                                                                                                          NSE;                      Worksho
         Conference: Applications and   International Environmental Nanotechnology
                 Implications           Conference: Applications and Implications           #################          $40,000          $40,000
                                        Biochemical, Molecular and Cellular Responses of    0540920 Barber The proposal $350,000          biological,
                                                                                                                        is concerned with $88,000 histological and molecular
                                        Zebrafish Exposed to Metallic Nanoparticles
            University of Florida                                                                                                                        ENG / CBET

      Northeastern University           NIRT: Nanotechnology in the Public Interest:                                      $1,400,000
                                                                                            This Nanostructure Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT) award is in response to the
                                                                                                                                           $500,000
                                        Regulatory Challenges, Capacity, & Policy                                                                         SBE / SES
                                        Recommendations
                                        NIRT: Evaluating Oversight Models for Active                                      $1,220,765
                                                                                            This Nanostructure Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT) award is in response to the
                                                                                                                                           $450,000
        University of Minnesota-Twin    Nanostructures and Nanosystems: Learning from
                    Cities              Past Technologies in a Societal Context                                                                           SBE / SES

                                     NIRT: Metal Ion Complexation by Dendritic              NIRT: Metal Ion Complexation $1,100,000 Nanoscale Ligands: Fundamental Investiga
                                                                                                                         by Dendritic    $23,000
                                     Nanoscale Ligands: Fundamental Investigations                                                                       ENG / CBET
      Howard University              and Applications to Water Purification
      New Jersey Institute of        NIRT: Environmentally Benign Deagglomeration                                        $1,200,000
                                                                                            This award was received in response to Nanoscale Science and Engineering initiative,
                                                                                                                                          $19,000
      Technology                     and Mixing of Nanoparticles
                                                                                                                                                         ENG / CMMI
                                     NIRT: Design of Biocompatible Nanoparticles for        This proposal was received in $1,256,494to Nanoscale Science and Engineering initiativ
                                                                                                                          response          $33,000
Old Dominion University Research Foundation Living Cellular Functions and Their
                                     Probing                                                                                                             ENG / CBET
                                     Potential Environmental Impacts
                                     CAREER: Interfacial Reactions Affecting Heavy          Giammar While             $400,000     $75,000
           Washington University     Metal Fate and Transport: An Integrated Research       most prior work on                              ENG / CBET
                                     and Education Plan                                     immobilization
                                        CAREER: Education and Research in                   mechanisms has
                                        Nanomaterials Degraduation: The Road to             The promise of
                                                                                            revolutionary                                    MPS/DMR
      PA St U University Park           Molecular Fatigue Studies                                                                    32,000
                                        CAREER: Gas-Phase Catalytic Processes on            This project has
                                                                                            technologiesCAREER: GAS-PHASE CATALYTIC PROCESSES ON METAL NANOCLU
                                                                                                                      $553,476             $107,000       MPS / DMR
      University of Central Florida     Metal Nanoclusters


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                                                               National Science Foundation
                                     CAREER:
                                                    FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards
                                                 Engineering Nucleic Acid Devices The Pierce Lab at                     $400,000         $83,000
        California Institute of                                                          Caltech proposes a
             Technology
                                                                                                                                                  CSE / CCF
                                                                                         research program
                                   CAREER: Hydroxyl Radical and Sulfate Radical-         that combines                $406,000
                                                                                         Dionysiou Advanced Oxidation Technologies (AOTs) are among the most promising em
                                                                                                                                         $83,000
                                   Based Advanced Oxidation Nanotechnologies for
University of Cincinnati Main Campus Destruction of Biological Toxins in Water 7/1/05-
                                   the                                                                                                                ENG / CBET
                                   6/30/10)
                                     CAREER: On the Prevention of Selenium and           CAREER: On the Prevention of $399,761 and Arsenic Release into the Atmosphere<br
                                                                                                                      Selenium      $133,000
   Worcester Polytechnic Institute
                                     Arsenic Release into the Atmosphere
                                                                                                                                                      ENG / CBET
   University of Illinois at Urbana- CAREER: Carbonaceous Particles of Tarry Origin      This project will characterize the$442,968 and chemical properties of carbonaceous par
                                                                                                                            physical       $99,000
            Champaign
                                                                                                                                                       GEO / ATM
                                     IGERT: Nanoparticle Science and Engineering                                    $3,148,786
                                                                                         This IGERT program focuses on nanoparticle science and engineering, an inherently h
                                                                                                                                      $100,000
 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities                                                                                                                   EHR / DGE

                                     REU Site for Nanoscale Structures and Integrated                                  $391,200
                                                                                         This renewal award provides support for a three-year REU Site at Wayne State Univers
                                                                                                                                          $65,000
      Wayne State University         Biosensors (NSIB)                                                                                                 ENG / EEC
                                     EPSCoR: Delaware Research Infrastructure                                    $6,000,000         Improvement
                                                                                         The Delaware EPSCoR Research Infrastructure$400,000 Grant (RII) encompasse
       University of Delaware        Improvement Program EPSCoR                                                                                         OD / EPS

                                     EPSCoR: Alabama Research Infrastructure                                         $6,200,000
                                                                                         The proposal submitted the University of Alabama Tuscaloosa in response to Program
                                                                                                                                        $500,000
 University of Alabama Tuscaloosa
                                     Improvement
                                                                                                                                                        OD / EPS
                                     EPSCoR: Idaho Research Infrastructure               The Idaho EPSCoR Research$9,000,000
                                                                                                                   Infrastructure Improvement award will, strengthen share
                                                                                                                                    $600,000
         University of Idaho         Improvement                                                                                                        OD / EPS

                                     EPSCoR: New Mexico Research Program                                             $6,750,000
                                                                                         University of New MexicoGosz, JamesNew Mexico EPSCoR RII (NM NEW) Proposal<
                                                                                                                                 $1,125,000
     University of New Mexico                                                                                                                          O/D / EPS

                                     Environmental Biogeochemistry and Nanoscience:                                      $180,000
                                                                                         This project is awarded under the Minority Postdoctoral Research Fellowships and Sup
                                                                                                                                         $120,000
      Northwestern University        Applications to Toxic Metal Transport in the                                                                       BIO / DBI
                                     Environment
                                   Materials World Network: Designer Nanodiamonds                                     $471,000
                                                                                         We have assembled a multidisciplinary team of Russian and U.S. researchers who are
                                                                                                                                       $157,000
   North Carolina State University for Detoxification                                                                                                  MPS / DMR
                                     Reactive Membrane Technology for Water                                             $404,249
                                                                                         Lueptow In response to both legislative and health related events, low-pressure membr
                                                                                                                                        $105,000
                                     Treatment                                                                                                        ENG / CBET




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                                                                   National Science Foundation
                                                      FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS Awards $150,000 merit of the proposed research <br> <br>M
                                       Magnetocaloric Effect in Nanoparticle Assemblies S. Hariharan, U of South Florida Intellectual
        University of South Florida                                                                                                          $50,000      ENG / CBET
                                       for Refrigeration Applications
                                       Collaborative Research: Fullerene Aggregation in                                    $462,056
                                                                                           Elimelech This collaborative proposal is to investigate fullerene-based nanomaterial ag
                                                                                                                                              $75,000
              Yale University          Aquatic Systems                                                                                                    ENG / CBET
                                    The formation rates and structure of nanodroplets                                     $519,000
                                                                                           Barbara Wyslouzil of the Ohio State University is supported by the Experimental Physic
                                                                                                                                            $144,000
Ohio State University Research Foundation                                                                                                                  MPS / CHE

                                       Environmental Molecular Science Institute:                                         $5,521,750       Science Institute (EMSI) centered at th
                                                                                           The overall goal of the Environmental Molecular $250,000
                                       Actinides and Heavy Metals in the Environment -
        University of Notre Dame       The Formation, Stability, and Impact of Nano- and                                                                   GEO / EAR
                                       in the Environment
                                       NSEC: Institute for Nanotechnology (NU)                                         $18,968,500
                                                                                           This award establishes a Nanoscience and Engineering Center (NSEC) for Integrated N
                                                                                                                                        $600,000
         Northeastern University                                                                                                                           ENG / EEC
                                       NSEC: Center for Biological and Environmental                                   $11,760,746    and Engineering Center for Biological an
                                                                                           This award establishes a Nanoscale Science $1,000,000
                                       Nanotechnology (Rice U.)
      William Marsh Rice University                                                                                                                        ENG / EEC

                                       NSEC: Center for High Rate nanomanufacturing                                  $12,376,000        entitled New
                                                                                           The Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center$400,000 England Nanomanufactu
         Northeastern University                                                                                                                           ENG / EEC
                                       NSEC: Center Of Integrated Nanomechanical           The Nanoscale              $11,910,000        $750,000
     University of California-Berkeley Systems (COINS)                                     Science and                                                  ENG/EEC
                                                                                           Engineering Center
                                       NSEC: Center for Molecular Function at the                                      $11,426,000
                                                                                           The University of Pennsylvania's Nano Science and Engineering Center on Molecular F
                                                                                                                                         $600,000
        University of Pennsylvania     Nanoscale                                                                                                          MPS / DMR
                                       NSEC: Center for Templated Synthesis and                                      $13,365,000        on Templated Synthesis and Assembl
                                                                                           The Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center$500,000
     University of Wisconsin-Madison
                                       Assembly at the Nanoscale.
                                                                                                                                                          MPS / DMR
                                       NSEC: Network for Hierarchical Manufacturing        This Nanoscale Science and $16,000,000 Center (NSEC) is a comprehensive research
                                                                                                                      Engineering      $100,000
       University of Massachusetts
                 Amherst
                                                                                                                                                          ENG / CMMI
                                      National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network                           $70,000,000
                                                                                           NATIONAL NANOTECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK (NNIN)<br><br>Th
                                                                                                                            $700,000
            Cornell University
                                      (NNIN)
                                                                                                                                                          ENG / ECCS
                                      Center of Advanced Materials for Purification of                                 $28,074,000
                                                                                           Center for Advanced Materials for Water Purification,<br>University of Illinois at Urbana
                                                                                                                                           $500,000
                                      Water
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Systems                                                                                                   ENG / CBET

                                       Engineering Research Center for Extreme                                       $13,525,753
                                                                                           The Engineering Research Center for Extreme Ultraviolet Science and Technology at C
                                                                                                                                       $300,000
        Colorado State University      Ultraviolet Science and Technology                                                                                  ENG / EEC



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                                                              National Science Foundation
                                                                                                    Awards
                                                    FY 2007 List of Nanotechnology EHS High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL) is operated by a consortium
                                   Florida State University National High Magnetic <br>The National      $170,000,000
                                   Field Laboratory (NHMFL); The NHMFL's Fourier
                                   Transform-Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass
       Florida State University    Spectrometer is unique in the world in analyzing                                                                  MPS / DMR
                                   small samples of potentially toxic nanomaterials and
                                   their environmental effects.
                                                                                                                                 $ 2,100,000
                                    NSEC: Center for Nanotechnology in Society at                                     $6,015,000
                                                                                          The Center for Nanotechnology in Society at UCSB (CNS-UCSB) will serve as a nation
                                                                                                                                        $100,000
                                    University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California-Santa Barbara                                                                                                               SBE / SES


  Total:                                                                                                                           $31,972,991




  Nanoscale Science and
  Engineering
  Nanoscale Interdisciplinary
  Research Teams
  Nanoscale Exploratory
  Research
  Nanoscale Science and
  Engineering Centers
  Nanotechnology
  Undergarduate Education
  Faculty Earlier Career
  Development
  Major Research Instrumentation

  Small Grant for Exploratory
  Research




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