Pallone Announces Federal Research Grants for Rutgers
Washington, DC - Today, Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced that Rutgers University has been awarded five National Science Foundation (NSF) grants totaling more than $2,500,000.
"I am extremely proud that Rutgers has distinguished itself as leading research institution," Pallone said. "These funds will benefit not just the University, but our entire community, by allowing Rutgers to work on critical issues that affect us all."
The projects are:
"Global and regional perspectives of Pleistocene paleoceanography in the western Pacific warm pool based on new sites from IODP Expedition 363," - $513,328.00.
"Collaborative Research: Evolutionary reversals in hormonal modulation of growth-regulatory gene networks," - $79,137.00.
"SHF: Small: Architectural Techniques for Energy-Efficient Brain-Machine Implants,"- $465,995.00.
"Collaborative Research: Framework: Data: NSCI: HDR: GeoSCIFramework: Scalable Real-Time Streaming Analytics and Machine Learning for Geoscience and Hazards Research,"- $899,139.00
"Developing and Validating Proof Comprehension Tests in Real Analysis,"- $600,000.00.