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2021-2022 Delaware NASA EPSCoR RID Seed Grant Program Announcement

Proposals are due from Delaware researchers by May 7, 2021:

2021-2022 Delaware NASA EPSCoR RID Seed Grant Program Announcement

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2020 NASA EPSCoR CAN Research Award

Congratulations to University of Delaware's Mary A. S. Lighthipe Professor Xiao-Hai Yan and Unidel Edward G. Jefferson Chair Professor Cathy H. Wu on the submission of a successful proposal in NASA's national competition!  The proposal, "NASA EPSCoR Research Project: Building a Competitive and Sustainable Delaware Remote Sensing Big Data Center for Cutting-Edge Coastal and Environmental Change Research and Workforce Development", was selected by NASA for 2020 funding.  Drs. Yan and Wu will work with a team of UD co-investigators, including Daniel Leathers, Tracy DeLiberty, Rodrigo Vargas, Pinki Mondal, and A. R. Siders, in collaboration with several regional, state, and federal partners.

NASA EPSCoR CAN Research Opportunity Announcement

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2020-2021 Delaware NASA EPSCoR RID Seed Grant Program

Congratulations to seed grant awardees:

Maria Katzarova (UD Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering)
Yanfeng Yue (DSU Department of Chemistry)
Matthew Oliver (UD School of Marine Science & Policy)
Erin Sparks (UD Department of Plant & Soil Science)

2020-2021 NASA EPSCoR Seed Grant

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NASA EPSCoR CAN ISS Flight Award

Congratulations to University of Delaware Assistant Professor Dr. Yuping Zeng (Electrical and Computer Engineering) on her awarded proposal "High performance radiation hardened GaN high electron mobility transistors on silicon substrate for space applications"!  Selected by NASA for 2020 funding, her research will ultimately fly on the International Space Station. 

NASA EPSCoR CAN ISS Flight Opportunity

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                                    Stimuli Cover 2019-2020
Stimuli is a summary collection of college and university basic research and technology development reports impacting NASA's earth science, aviation, and human and robotic deep space exploration programs. This document addresses research which is relevant to NASA’s mission, and currently administered by the agency's Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research.