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OU achieves $10 million in stimulus grants for 33 projects on the Norman campus
Date:11/4/2009

quisition of ThermalAnalysis and Calorimetry, $440,751

Matthew Kane, Enhanced Vertical Transport III-nitride Devices through Chemical Lift-off Techniques, $300,000

Brian Langerhans, Collaborative Research: Human-induced Phenotypic Variation in an Endemic Livebearing Fish,$273,219

Cecil Lewis, CAREER: Research, Education and Capacity BuildingGenomic Structure of Native Peruvian Populations, $644,946

Jia Li, Essential Roles of Receptor-like Kinases in Brassinosteroil and Cell-death ControlSignaling Pathways, $150,000

Don MacGorman, Microphysical and Kinematic Storm Properties affecting Electrifications and Lightning Production, $521,579

Chuanbin Mao, Biomineralization and Self-assembly of Genetically Modifieable Nanofibersto Build Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds, $385,542

Chuanbin Mao, Gene Delivery Vectors Inspired from Target-Recognizing Phage Structure,$300,000

Chuanbin Mao/Bijhem, Bio-templated Nanomaterials for Environmental Remediation Applications, $50,000

Kenneth Nicholas, Catalytic Nitrogenation of Hydrocarbons, $360,000

Dimitrious Papavassiliou, Effects of Hydrophobicity-induced Wall Slip on Turbulence Dragand on Turbulence Structure, $229,997

George Richter-Addo, MRI: Acquisition ofRobotics Instrumentation for Crystallization of Biomacromolecules, $359,381

Patricia Schwagmeyer, Behavioral Dynamics of Biparental Negotiation, $90,000

Neil Shafer-Ray, Measurement of the Electric Dipole Moment using G=0 PbF Molecules, $400,000

Alberto Striolo, Understanding the Interactions between Carbon Nanotubes and Cellular Membrances, $380,000

Lee Williams, OU Graduate Research Fellowship Program, $182,248

Ming Xue, Collaborative Research: EnablingPetascale Ensemble-based Data Assimilation for the Numerical Analysis andPrediction of High-Impact Weather, $901,940

Ming Xue, Collaborative Research: CDI-TypeII: Integrate
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