The fall UNL Research Fair Nov. 10-11 features sessions on enhancing research collaborations and competitiveness, information on state economic development programs and the grand opening events for the new regional Research Data Center, along with celebrations of faculty and postdoc achievements.
The biannual event is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development in cooperation with campus partners. Most events are at the Nebraska Union and Wick Alumni Center. All events are free but some require registration. The latest schedule is available on the Research Fair website. The social media hashtag is #UNLRF. more …
Generating new ideas and identifying interdisciplinary research teams focused on research at the intersection of food, energy and water systems is the goal of NU FEWS, a new campuswide initiative.
This initiative was developed in response to a new multi-agency focus area for federal funding – Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems, or INFEWS – led by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. more …
November is suddenly upon us and with it comes my favorite week of the year – fall UNL Research Fair week.
Our Fall Research Fair starts Nov. 10 with the Faculty Recognition Breakfast, where I have the pleasure of bragging about your
Thirty pre-tenure UNL faculty members from 19 departments have been selected to participate in the 2015-2016 Research Development Fellows Program.
The year-long program, organized by the Office of Research and Economic Development, provides early career faculty with the practical information and experience they need to successfully pursue competitive grant funding. more …
NUtech Ventures recognized seven UNL researchers at its 2015 Innovators Appreciation Luncheon for groundbreaking work that promises to improve quality of life and enhance economic development.
Nearly 170 attended the October event, including faculty, administrators and NUtech board members and staff. Honorees are:
Innovator of the Year: Paul Blum, professor of biological sciences, for his work to make ethanol less expensive to produce and to advance hydrogen as a clean energy source. The award recognizes a researcher who exemplifies innovation and entrepreneurship by advancing novel research into significant commercial use. more …
Recent awards, recognition and accomplishments by UNL faculty for research, scholarly and creative endeavors. We highlight faculty accomplishments in each issue of Research News. Let us know about yours by emailing email@example.com. more …
The following list includes all arts and humanities grants of $10,000 or more and all other grants of $200,000 or more awarded to UNL between September 16, 2015, and October 31, 2015, as reported through NUgrant, UNL’s electronic research administration system. more …
The National Science Foundation’s new public access policy will apply to all NSF grants resulting from proposals submitted after Jan. 25.
Under this policy, the NSF Public Access Repository (NSF-PAR) will offer free public access to scientific publications and digital scientific data resulting from NSF-funded research. Investigators with NSF funding must submit peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles and juried conference papers to the repository within one year of publication. more …
The National Science Foundation is surveying investigators and reviewers about the impact of the merit review process. UNL faculty who have submitted or reviewed NSF proposals in the past few years may be invited to participate in the survey, which takes about 30 minutes to complete. more …
The food-energy-water nexus is the focus of the National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment in January, organized by the National Council for Science and the Environment.
UNL’s Undergraduate Creative Activity and Research Experience program, known as UCARE, is seeking student applications.
UCARE provides opportunities for undergraduates to work with faculty and engage in research and creative activities at UNL. The program is open to full-time undergraduate students who will have completed at least 30 credit hours by May 2016. more …
Nov. 10-11: Fall UNL Research Fair, Nebraska Union
Nov. 11: EHS Fall Safety Colloquium, “Protective Apparel for Laboratory Safety” – 2 sessions, Nebraska Union (a.m.), Nebraska East Union (p.m.)
Nov. 11: EHS Fall Safety Colloquium, “NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Protective Apparel” – 2 sessions, Facilities Management Shops Building
Nov. 12: NU FEWS + Conversation, Nebraska Union
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