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Tim VanReken Oct 19
I know it's how it must be and it's a small problem in the grand scheme but... This time of year I'd normally be on the road a bunch, meeting with amazing researchers across the country, and I hate that I can't do that right now. I hope you're all doing okay.
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New Mexico EPSCoR Oct 20
We are at Come say hi and learn about all the epic ways you can get involved!
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New Mexico EPSCoR Oct 16
Join us on Oct 21 @ noon MT for this FREE webinar on How to Make Effective Academic Posters! Featuring Register here:
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MS EPSCoR Oct 20
Are you registered for these webinars? with Mike Morrison is tomorrow, hosted by and Spin-In is Thursday with
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NASA Kentucky 27 Apr 16
POTUS & German Chancellor Merkel inspect model of built by Kentucky & students.
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Christie Nicholson 2 Nov 15
and tossing an imaginary ball on stage at Wonderful day in sci comm
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Anabela Maia Oct 28
Great to have a student representing our lab at the EPSCoR conference. Rock your poster presentation Jessi!
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NASA Kentucky 5 Dec 18
Beer with a Scientist tonight in Louisville, with Dr. Stuart Williams of who just launched -funded science to !
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South Dakota EPSCoR Oct 30
Great to be amongst the community at another wonderful National Conference. Kudos
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Chad Risko Sep 17
Excited to share a new project entitled D3TaLES, which brings together materials chem & , autonomous experiments/synthesis, and ML and data science to find new liquid-based materials for energy storage. 1/n
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Kentucky NSF EPSCoR 2 Jun 17
-supported researcher, Dr. Beth Guiton, is making waves in materials research :
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WVU Eberly Research 12 Sep 19
Congratulations to Craig Barrett for his recent NSF grant!
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Tim VanReken 14 Dec 17
Happy to announce that NSF is once again offering its Research Fellows competition (RII Track-4). Opportunity for nontenured faculty to expand their horizons and build new collaborations. Link:
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MK Jun 17
Keep your eyes peeled for a botanist collecting on i20 and wielding a machete...
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Nathan Meier 15 Aug 19
This is wonderful news. Congrats to the and colleagues. Great to see the collaborative bond strengthened between Nebraska and Montana!
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Andrea Burrows 11 Jun 19
The Artful Craft of Science summer camp is off to a great start with , & , & . Thank you !
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Prof. Evan K. Wujcik 😷 1 May 18
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Michael McKain 12 Sep 19
In the field collecting Johnsongrass for our grant @NSF_BIO
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Brian Counterman 26 Sep 18
Outreach success! 100+ Puerto Rican high school students learning about evolution, made possible by
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Ned Kirsch 3 Apr 16
Great to see students engaging in authentic learning -Leadership
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