The grants are intended to support minority-serving institutions over the next three years.
NSF investment of $30 million will strengthen partnerships and collaboration between minority-serving educational institutions and leading research facilities
“He’s going to be a role model for this NSF PREM project,” explains Dr. Thiagarajan Soundappan, an associate professor of chemistry and chair of NTU’s School of Science.
Logo submissions were presented and voted on at the PREM Research Scholars Symposium, which took place at the Materials Research Society’s Fall 2019 meeting. The winning logo was developed by a team from the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao.
Participants learned about synchrotron-based characterization and measurement techniques.
Grant covers three years of support within a five-year fellowship period.
As part of the technique, tiny capsules are electroplated as they bob up and down on alternating streams of liquid inside a cage.