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UW-Eau Claire chemistry faculty get $600,000 in NSF grants

Eau Claire, Wis. Faculty in the chemistry department at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire have secured more than $600,000 in grant money from the National Science Foundation in recent weeks funds that will help them purchase state-of-the-art instrumentation and support faculty-student research.

"This is a huge influx of resources for a department like ours and it'll have a s......

Full article >>> ng the concept of a career in science to populations who may not have considered it an option, Hartsel said. "We're showing first-generation students and women that they can have science careers," Hartsel said. "That's exactly the kind of impact the NSF expects when awarding grants."

With the NSF funds, the department will purchase sophisticated instruments that can be automated and/or r......

Full article >>> ent Collaborative Research." The grant will enable the university to purchase a new, highly sophisticated spectrometer, of which students will be the primary users. It will replace a 12-year-old spectrometer, an upgrade that will expand the instrument's capabilities by taking advantage of advances in NMR technology.

A $100,000 grant for a project titled "Chromatography Opportunities for......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 09/26/05


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