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NY Air Guard Prepares To Support Scientific Research In Antarctica For 2021-2022> Air National Guard> Post Display

SCOTLAND, New York – The 109th Airlift Wing of the New York Air National Guard begins its annual National Science Foundation search in Antarctica by sending three LC-130 “Skibirds” and 184 airmen to the southern continent in October. The 109th Airlift Wing flies the world’s largest ski-equipped aircraft, and the …

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NUS launches groundbreaking materials science research center

The National University of Singapore (NUS) launched the Institute of Functional Smart Materials (I-FIM) – the world’s first institute dedicated to the design, synthesis and application of Functional Smart Materials (FIM). Co-led by Nobel Prize-winning Materials Scientist Professor Sir Konstantin Novoselov and Distinguished Professor Antonio Castro Neto, I-FIM will be …

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This robot vape for science

RESEARCH POINT 04 October 2021 A tabletop device that can “inhale” nicotine-laden vapors could help explain why some e-cigarettes cause severe lung damage. A vaping robot includes a vacuum pump, allowing it to “inhale” aerosols from electronic cigarettes Credit: Benam Lab of the University of Pittsburgh and Pneumax LLC Safer …

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Promising Trends in Health Sciences Research at U of M Reflect Vision of Improving Minnesota and Global Health

The University of Minnesota successfully competed for more than $ 1 billion in external research funding in fiscal 2021, a first in the University’s 170-year history. This achievement was motivated, in part, by widespread interest, participation and investment in health science research. At its meeting next Friday, the University of …

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George Mason University: Mason and FARO announce partnership to advance forensic science research

September 24, 2021 The George Mason University Forensic Science Program has established itself as one of the country’s leading programs in its field through a partnership with FARO Technologies, Inc. that will result in the first forensic science lab FARO certified worldwide. An industry leader in the kind of high-tech …

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Central University of North Carolina Raises $ 3.3 Million for Advanced Materials Science Research

DURHAM – Central University of North Carolina will receive $ 3.3 million from the National Science Foundation to support research in advanced materials science through a program known as Research Partnerships and materials education, or PREM. As part of the program, students and faculty from Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) …

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Central North Carolina University lands $3.3 million for advanced materials science research

DURHAM- Central North Carolina University will receive $3.3 million from the National Science Foundation to support research in cutting-edge materials science through a program known as Research Partnerships and Education in Materials, or PREM. As part of the program, students and faculty from Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) will be …

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