NSF formats for Proposal Documents
The NSF has released new formats for proposal documents. Starting October 1, 2020 the new formats will go into effect. All proposals submitted on or after October 5, 2020 will need to be in this format.
The find out more please visit the NSF website.
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The first battery-free Game Boy wants to power a gaming revolution
Solar energy and mechanical triggers power the Engage, a console at the cutting edge of computer engineering.
U.S.-Israel consortium launches $21.4 million initiative to develop water-energy technologies
March 11, 2020
New energy-efficient technologies will focus on water desalination, purification and reuse
Northwestern University and BGN Technologies, the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), announced today the initiation of a U.S.-Israel consortium led by both universities for the development of new technologies to solve global water challenges.
Chemists uncover rules of thumb to help with computational screening of MOF catalysts
NAISE fellow Justin Notestein’s work on screening metal organic frameworks for activity for particular reactions such as methane activation, a collaboration with Andrew Rosen and Randall Snurr of Northwestern, was highlighted in Chemical and Engineering news.
Two NAISE fellows highlighted as women in leadership roles at Argonne National Laboratory
Cristina Negri leads the Environmental Science Division. Amanda Petford-Long is the Chair of Argonne’s Chief Research Officer Council (CROC) .