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Grants & Awards

 

Four Teams Win 2014 Scialog Collaborative Innovation Awards

RCSA's Scialog program announces four Collaborative Innovation Awards resulting from the 2014 conference on improving solar conversion efficiency. More.

 

Scialog: Molecules Come
to Life

 

 

 

 

Announcements

2014 Cottrell College Science Awards and 2014 Cottrell Scholar Awards

Conferences & Events

In Hot Pursuit of Cost-Effective Solar Power

The 5th-annual Scialog Conference on Improving Efficiencies in Solar Conversion

Biosphere2

News from the most recent Scialog on Solar Conversion: Steady progress is being made in developing inexpensive, earth-abundant materials to produce electricity and liquid fuels directly from sunlight.  More.

Planning, projects, discussions fill 20th-annual CS Conference

The 20th-annual Cottrell Scholar Conference, “Leading Change: Engaging Your Students, Colleagues and the Public to Transform STEM Education,” held in mid-July in Tucson, AZ, continued the RCSA tradition of encouraging innovation at research universities.

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Conference booklet

 

News

An Example of Research Leadership

 

from the Cottrell Scholar Program

Cottrell Scholar Jairo Sinova is the subject of a recently published feature story by his alma mater, Ohio University. Sinova is a condensed matter theoretician who specializes in spintronics. He is the newly appointed Alexander von Humboldt Professor at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. Sinova is the founder of a new center in Mainz, the Spin Phenomena Interdisciplinary Center (SPICE).  More

 

Cottrell Scholar's Efforts Lead to $21m NIH Award for Detroit STEM Programs

October 31, 2014

 Andrew Feig

Cottrell Scholar Andrew Feig, Wayne State University, had a big hand in designing much of the educational agenda that convinced the National Institutes of Health to award a consortium of Wayne State and three other Detroit-area schools $21.2 million over five years to improve student diversity in biochemical research. MORE

The Role of Water and Gold in Catalytic Oxidation

October 31, 2014

Trinity professors Chris Pursell, left, and Bert Chandler

One of Chemistry's longstanding mysteries is solved. And RCSA awards helped pave the way.              

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2013 ANNUAL
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