Science Foundation Gives $20M For Research
The National Science Foundation has committed a $20 million, five-year donation to build Iowa’s research capacity in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has committed a $20 million, five-year donation to build Iowa’s research capacity in renewable energy and energy efficiency, BrighterEnergy.Org reports. The Iowa Power Fund has also donated $2 million to the project to pay for research equipment. The core of the research project will take place at the Iowa State University, the University of Iowa and the University of Northern Iowa. The program, which will be led by Iowa State’s Robert Brown, also includes partnerships with the state’s community colleges, private colleges, school districts, government agencies and industries.
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