Pallone Announces $3.7 Million in Research Grants for Rutgers
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced that Rutgers University has been awarded five National Science Foundation (NSF) grants and two Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) grants totaling more than $3,700,000.
“These funds will allow Rutgers to continue its groundbreaking research into issues that affect all of us,” Pallone said. “I am extremely proud of the university as it continues to pursue new initiatives within the scientific research community.”
The NSF projects include:
"Collaborative Research: Multi-proxy sea-level reconstructions and projections in the middle Pacific Ocean,”- $82,650.00.
"AF: Small: New Frontiers in Local Error-Correction,"- $397,000.00.
"Collaborative Research: Understanding the Southern Ocean's Contribution to Cenozoic Deep-Water Circulation,"- $125,450.00
"SaTC: CORE: Medium: Collaborative: Presentation-attack-robust biometrics systems via computational imaging of physiology and materials,"- $300,002.00.
"Collaborative Research: NSCI Framework: Software: SCALE-MS - Scalable Adaptive Large Ensembles of Molecular Simulations,"- $611,994.00.
The HHS projects include:
“Ozone, Inflammation, and Respiratory Microbiome,”- $232,000.
“FY 2018 Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion Grants,”- $1,999,990