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Public Release: 12-Feb-2016
RIT to develop cybersecurity courses using warfare strategies and tactics
A gift from Intel will allow Rochester Institute of Technology faculty to transform computing security education by developing new cybersecurity curriculum on strategic thinking and tactics.

Contact: Scott Bureau
Rochester Institute of Technology

Public Release: 12-Feb-2016
Boston Center for Refugee Health & Human Rights receives $1m grant to expand services
Boston Medical Center (BMC) has been awarded a three-year, $1.2 million grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services Administration to support the Boston Center for Refugee Health & Human Rights.
DHHS/Administration for Children & Families Administration on Children and Families Office of Refugee Resettlement

Contact: Timothy Viall
Boston University Medical Center

Public Release: 12-Feb-2016
Anniversary grant from VILLUM FONDEN for a new center for developing sustainable
With a huge grant of DKK 150 million, VILLUM FONDEN supports the establishment of a new, ambitious research center at DTU. The center will conduct research in catalysts and develop pioneering technologies that can replace fossil resources with sustainable solutions.

Contact: Ib Chorkendorff
Technical University of Denmark

Public Release: 12-Feb-2016
EPSRC announces winners of Healthcare Technologies Challenge Awards
Nine researchers, working on innovative projects that promise to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment, across a wide spread of issues, were today announced as the first recipients of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's (EPSRC) Healthcare Technologies Challenge Awards. Their projects range from developing new ways of examining sperm to smart wound dressings that incorporate sensors, to tools to improve imaging, diagnosis and drug delivery to treat cancers.

Contact: EPSRC Press Office
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Public Release: 12-Feb-2016
Scientists win $1.7 million grant to advance new strategies to treat Huntington's disease
Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute have won nearly $1.7 million from the National Institutes of Health's National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to investigate the mechanisms that contribute to Huntington's disease, a fatal inherited disease that some have described as having ALS, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's -- at the same time.
NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Contact: Eric Sauter
Scripps Research Institute

Public Release: 12-Feb-2016
2016 AAAS Annual Meeting
ERC Consolidator Grants: €585 million for 302 top researchers in Europe
The European Research Council (ERC) has announced today the 302 winners of its 2015 Consolidator Grant competition. These excellent mid-career scientists are awarded a total of €585 million, as part of the European Union Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020. With grants worth up to €2 million each, they will be able to consolidate their research teams and to develop their innovative ideas.
European Research Council

Contact: Marcin Monko
European Research Council

Public Release: 11-Feb-2016
UM professor earns prestigious CAREER Award from National Science Foundation
University of Montana Assistant Professor John McCutcheon recently received the National Science Foundation's most prestigious award for junior faculty.
National Science Foundation, Murdock Trust

Contact: John McCutcheon
The University of Montana

Public Release: 11-Feb-2016
'Electrospray' could revolutionize manufacturing; grant recipient to explore 3-D printing
Paul Chiarot, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Binghamton University, recently received a five-year, $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation's most prestigious program for early-career researchers, and he aims to redefine 3-D printing at a very fine scale. His 'electrospray' technique puts tiny particles into a solvent and applies them to a surface, creating electronics in a process not unlike an inkjet printer.
National Science Foundation

Contact: John Brhel
Binghamton University

Public Release: 11-Feb-2016
Researchers to use supercomputer to 'hack' Ebola
Scientists at the University of Leeds will run the equivalent of password cracking software to find the chemical keys to defeating the Ebola virus.
Wellcome Trust

Contact: Chris Bunting
University of Leeds

Public Release: 10-Feb-2016
Fostering commercialization to improve health and create jobs in Washington
A new technology commercialization program will launch this spring to help Washington's life sciences innovators move their promising ideas into the hands of providers and patients, thanks to a $1.8 million 'ecosystem' award from the state's Life Sciences Discovery Fund (LSDF).

Contact: Cathy Manner
Life Sciences Discovery Fund

Public Release: 10-Feb-2016
Studying climate change impact on maple syrup quality
As maple sugaring season approaches, plant ecologist Kristina Stinson at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently received a two-year, $149,800 grant to study the impact of climate change on the quantity and quality of sugar maple sap, including its chemical composition, and of sap from red maples, a species less sensitive to climate change.
US Department of Interior/Northeast Climate Science Center

Contact: Janet Lathrop
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Public Release: 9-Feb-2016
Uncoding a citrus tree killer
A team of researchers led by a University of California, Riverside scientist has been awarded a $4 million grant from the US Department of Agriculture in an attempt to save the United States citrus industry from a disease that has already devastated the industry worldwide.
US Department of Agriculture

Contact: Sean Nealon
University of California - Riverside

Public Release: 9-Feb-2016
UC's Arlitt Center awarded $1.6 million NSF grant
The great outdoors becomes a federally funded lesson in teaching and learning for preschoolers and their teachers.
National Science Foundation

Contact: Dawn Fuller
University of Cincinnati

Public Release: 9-Feb-2016
UMass Amherst cyber security expert receives $580,000 grant to fight Internet censorship
Internet security expert Amir Houmansadr at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently received a five-year, $581,458 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to combat Internet censorship by analyzing current censor-circumvention systems and designing a model that will lead to new anti-blocking tools.
NSF/Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program

Contact: Janet Lathrop
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Public Release: 9-Feb-2016
Mathematician awarded £300,000 to study movement of wildebeest, reindeer and salmon
Dr. Colin Torney, a lecturer in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, is one of two UK-based researchers to have secured a grant from the US-based James S. McDonnell Foundation, which granted £9.6million ($14m) in research funding last year.
James S. McDonnell Foundation, The 21st Century Science Initiative's Award for Studying Complex Systems

Contact: Duncan Sandes
University of Exeter

Public Release: 8-Feb-2016
UTA engineer earns NSF grant to develop optofluidic laser to better detect diseases
An electrical engineer at The University of Texas at Arlington is developing an all-liquid optofluidic laser that could better detect cancer in the comfort of a doctor's office.
National Science Foundation

Contact: Herb Booth
University of Texas at Arlington

Public Release: 8-Feb-2016
Clemson researchers receive $1.8 million for root study with broad implications for agriculture
Julia Frugoli, Alex Feltus and Victoria Corbin are the recipients of the three-year National Science Foundation grant. Their project will focus on legumes (such as peas and beans).
National Science Foundation

Contact: Jim Melvin
Clemson University

Public Release: 8-Feb-2016
National Science Foundation award will secure microchip design and manufacturing
The National Science Foundation selected Siddharth Garg, a member of the New York University computer hardware security research team, to receive a prestigious award for promising young faculty. He will use the accompanying grant to develop IC logic encryption and split manufacturing techniques that could secure microchips. The design and production of microchips is a highly decentralized process, much of it done offshore. This increases the possibilities of pirating, counterfeiting, and inserting malicious adaptations.
National Science Foundation

Contact: Kathleen Hamilton
NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Public Release: 8-Feb-2016
UK partnership will prepare high school students for geosciences careers
Addressing the growing need for geoscientists and an approaching workforce shortage, the 'Full STEAM Ahead' program will not only aim to attract more students into the field, but also more diverse students, a challenge geosciences has dealt with for years.
National Science Foundation

Contact: Whitney Harder
University of Kentucky

Public Release: 8-Feb-2016
Anarchistic proteins could hide secret to develop crops with high stress resistance
Some proteins behave rather anarchistic. Unraveling their unusual behavior might hold the secret to develop crops with a higher tolerance to stress. A group of researchers at the University of Copenhagen will unveil the mysteries of these disordered proteins thanks to a 7 million kr grant from the Villum Foundation Young Investigator Program.
Villum Foundation Young Investigator Program

Contact: Meike Burow
Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen

Public Release: 5-Feb-2016
Concussions -- researchers try to reduce stigma of reporting
Researchers are working to reduce the stigma surrounding concussions and reporting concussions.
NCAA, US Department of Defense

Contact: Welch Suggs
University of Georgia

Public Release: 5-Feb-2016
New solution to economic eyesores?
Michigan State University researchers will use nearly $250,000 from the US Department of Commerce to test whether recycling and repurposing building materials is an effective solution to economic blight.
US Department of Commerce

Contact: Kristen Parker
Michigan State University

Public Release: 5-Feb-2016
Penn Med and LouLou Foundation create program of excellence in pediatric rare disorder
The London-based LouLou Foundation and the Orphan Disease Center of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have established a Program of Excellence to develop effective treatments for children with CDKL5, a rare X-chromosome-linked genetic disorder that causes severe neuro-developmental impairment and early-onset, difficult-to-control seizures.
LouLou Foundation

Contact: Karen Kreeger
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Public Release: 4-Feb-2016
Huffington Foundation endows chair for Brené Brown, researcher, author of 'Daring Greatly'
The Huffington Foundation has endowed a new chair at University of Houston to honor the research professor who has urged her readers to dare greatly. The foundation has pledged $2 million over four years to fund the Brené Brown Endowed Chair in the Graduate College of Social Work.
Huffington Foundation

Contact: Marisa Ramirez
University of Houston

Public Release: 4-Feb-2016
Stanford's GCEP awards $7.6 million for energy research
The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) at Stanford University has awarded $7.6 million for research on advanced energy technologies for industrialized countries and the developing world. The funding will be shared by six research teams at Stanford and three other universities.
Global Climate and Energy Project, Stanford University

Contact: Mark Shwartz
Stanford University

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