Pallone Announces Over $2.7 Million in Research Grants for Rutgers University
Washington, D.C. - Today, Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced that Rutgers University has been awarded six National Science Foundation (NSF) grants totaling more than $2,700,000.
"Rutgers University continues to show its dedication to pursing new scientific initiatives," Pallone said. "I am extremely proud of their accomplishments and I look forward to any new scientific research these funds will support."
The NSF grants include:
"Tripods+X:Res: Collaborative Research: Identification of Gene Regulatory Network Function from Data,"- $190,000.
"TRIPODS+X:RES: Collaborative Research: Improving Templated Microstructures via Topological Data Analysis,"- $300,000.
"RCN: DIMACS/Simons Collaboration on Lower Bounds in Complexity Theory,"- $499,490.
"ICE-T: RC: Orchestration and Reconfiguration Control Architecture for Software Defined Radios,"- $300,000.
"Collaborative Research: Physical Mechanisms Driving Food Web Focusing in Antarctic Biological Hotspots,"- $498,754.
“Addressing Issues of Equity and Engagement in Computer Science (CS) through a Research Practice Partnership: The CS Teaching and Learning Collaboratory,”- $1,000,000.