University Research

07.10.18University Research

Assistant Professor Siddharth Misra Receives Department of Energy Award to Study Fractures in Subsurface RocksExternal link

Siddharth Misra, assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, is a 2018 winner of the Early Career Research Program award from the U.S. Department of Energy. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.09.18University Research

David Simmons-Duffin Receives DOE Early Career GrantExternal link

David Simmons-Duffin, assistant professor of theoretical physics at Caltech, has been selected to receive The Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science's Early Career Research Program funding. Simmons-Duffin is among 84 scientists selected nationwide to receive grants of at least $150,000 per year. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.09.18University Research

How "Gatekeepers" to a Cell's Nucleus Let Genetic Instructions Pass ThroughExternal link

In a new study in the June 13 issue of Nature Communications, Hoelz and his group—spearheaded by Daniel Lin (PhD '17), a former graduate student at Caltech now at Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research at MIT, and Sarah Cai, an undergraduate student at Caltech—report the first atomic-scale look at the specific components of human NPCs responsible for dropping mRNAs off in the cytoplasm. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.06.18University Research

Hedayat Awarded DOE Early Career Research FundingExternal link

Reza Hedayat, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been selected for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program. Hedayat will receive $750,000 over five years to support the development of novel multiscale experiments to identify the geophysical signatures accompanying subsurface crack network growth. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.06.18University Research

Chemist Shane Ardo Tapped for Department of Energy Early Career Research Program AwardExternal link

Shane Ardo, UCI assistant professor of chemistry, is among 84 scientists from across the nation to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program. Under the program, Ardo will be awarded at least $150,000 per year for five years to develop technologies that can sustainably and inexpensively desalinate seawater for both personal consumption and agriculture. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.06.18University Research

Astronomer Alexie Leauthaud Wins DOE Early Career AwardExternal link

Alexie Leauthaud, assistant professor of astronomy and astrophysics at UC Santa Cruz, is among 84 scientists selected by the Department of Energy (DOE) to receive funding through DOE's Early Career Research Program. The award provides $750,000 over five years to support Leauthaud's research on dark energy. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.05.18University Research

Faulkner Receives DOE Early Career AwardExternal link

Assistant Professor of Physics Thomas Faulkner has been selected by the US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science to receive an Early Career Award. The DOE Early Career Research Program, now in its ninth year, provides award recipients with significant funding over a five year period. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.05.18University Research

UMD Engineers, Colleagues Work to Triple the Energy Storage of Lithium-ion BatteriesExternal link

A collaboration led by scientists at the University of Maryland (UMD)’s A. James Clark School of Engineering, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the U.S. Army Research Lab have developed and studied a new cathode material that could triple the energy density of lithium-ion battery electrodes. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.05.18University Research

WTAMU Professor Receives DOE Early Career AwardExternal link

Dr. Naruki Hiranuma, assistant professor of environmental sciences at West Texas A&M University, is one of 84 scientists selected from across the nation to receive significant funding for research as a 2018 Early Career Award recipient through the DOE Office of Science. Read MoreExternal linkage

07.03.18University Research

DOE Early Career Award for Elizabeth Biddinger’s CCNY Biomass ResearchExternal link

Elizabeth J. Biddinger, assistant professor of chemical engineering in The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, is one of 84 recipients nationwide of U.S. Department of Energy Early Career Awards announced today. She’ll receive $750,000 over five years for her research in the emerging field of biomass electroreduction.
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