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NSF funds Virginia Tech program to train researchers at intersection of engineering, biology

ncluding University of Washington, Cornell University, Rutgers University, and University of Michigan. I look forward to working with Mark Stremler and the MultiSTEPS team," DePauw said.

"Our goal is to start these trainees on their career paths with the knowledge and experience necessary to tackle a myriad of complex problems that require a clear understanding of both engineering and biology," said Stremler. "This broad training program will prepare them to make groundbreaking discoveries in fields ranging from human health to sustainable agricultural and environmental practices."


Contact: Lynn Nystrom
Virginia Tech

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