World’s largest international pre-college science competition encourages young and aspiring scientists to compete for scholarships, grants, and more.
New research and education program will combine materials science and engineering research to develop new materials for photovoltaic applications or solar panels.
PREM awards couple the expertise of NSF Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers (MRSEC) with minority-serving colleges and universities.
The objective of the PREM program is to broaden participation of underrepresented minorities and enhance diversity in materials research and education.
The City College of New York PREM offers a summer experience for NYC High School teachers.
The course titled "Partnership in Experimental Physical Science Education" has been approved for the summer 2011 ASPDP semester.
The objective of the PREM program is to broaden participation of under-represented groups and enhance diversity in materials research and education.