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Iowa State University

(Ames, IA)
Molecular Engineering for the Conversion of Biomass Derived Reactants to Fuels, Chemicals, and Materials
Environmental problems created by our dependence on fossil fuels, such as global climate change, are driving the search for renewable sources of energy, chemicals, and materia ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

Michigan State University

(East Lansing, MI)
PERMEANT: Partnership for Education and Research in Membrane Nanotechnologies
The safety of the world's water supply is increasingly a global issue that requires coordinated international efforts ranging from ascertaining global drinking water quali ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

Northwestern University

(Evanston, IL)
Molecular Engineering for the Conversion of Biomass Derived Reactants to Fuels, Chemicals, and Materials
Environmental problems created by our dependence on fossil fuels, such as global climate change, are driving the search for renewable sources of energy, chemicals, and materia ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

Ohio University

(Athens, OH)
SPIRE-The Spin Triangle
The scientific projects in SPIRE are quite broad, but will include at least the following: · Spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy projects involving cryogenic te ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

University of Chicago

(Chicago, IL)
Molecular Engineering for the Conversion of Biomass Derived Reactants to Fuels, Chemicals, and Materials
Environmental problems created by our dependence on fossil fuels, such as global climate change, are driving the search for renewable sources of energy, chemicals, and materia ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

University of Cincinnati

(Cincinnati, OH)
Molecular Engineering for the Conversion of Biomass Derived Reactants to Fuels, Chemicals, and Materials
Environmental problems created by our dependence on fossil fuels, such as global climate change, are driving the search for renewable sources of energy, chemicals, and materia ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

University of Missouri, Columbia

(Columbia, MO)
US China Investigations: Intraplate Earthquakes
We are funded by the National Science Foundation’s PIRE (Partnerships for International Research and Education) Program to study intraplate earthquakes in North China, in coll ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

(Lincoln, NE)
SPECIATION IN PATAGONIA: Establishing Sustainable International Collaborations in Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation Biology
Our project examines the impact of geological and climatic events on the evolutionary history of animal and plant species in Patagonia (southern South America). Unlike other p ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

University of Wisconsin, Madison

(Madison, WI)
Molecular Engineering for the Conversion of Biomass Derived Reactants to Fuels, Chemicals, and Materials
Environmental problems created by our dependence on fossil fuels, such as global climate change, are driving the search for renewable sources of energy, chemicals, and materia ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad program

Wayne State University

(Detroit, MI)
PIRE: A U.S. - Dutch Mass Spectrometry Consortium for Advanced Modeling and Biological Structure and Imaging Applications
This MS PIRE program was developed to establish a United States-Dutch Mass Spectrometry Consortium to facilitate dramatic advances in several areas of analytical, biological, ...read more
funded by NSFstudy abroad programfunds international students

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