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2019 Research Infrastructure Investment Awards Announced

Exterior of Snyder Hall

The University Imaging Centers’ St. Paul location in Snyder Hall. UIC received a $225,000 Research Infrastructure Investment Award to consolidate transmission electron microscopy services on the St. Paul Campus.

The University of Minnesota’s Office of the Vice President for Research has announced the recipients of its 2019 Research Infrastructure Investment Program. The program awards funding to projects supporting transdisciplinary research and collaboration across the U’s colleges and campuses.

Over $2.2 million was awarded to 15 research projects, reaching 14 departments, units, and centers, eight colleges, and three campuses. Supporting colleges or centers provide one-to-one matching funds for each award.

Awards will support research infrastructure, facilities, and support services over a variety of University research areas including nanotechnology, precision agriculture, augmented and virtual reality, and more.

Learn more about this year's award recipients.

Erin Dennis

Erin Dennis

Erin is assistant communications director for the Office of the Vice President for Research and senior editor of Inquiry. 

edennis@umn.edu

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