Top Awards from Public Sponsors, May 2018

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Posted June 29, 2018 by Ashley Washburn

The following list of awards from public entities includes all arts and humanities grants of $10,000 or more and all other grants of $200,000 or more between April 16, 2018, and May 15, 2018, as reported through NUgrant, the university’s electronic research administration system.

Dean’s Office, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources/Department of Animal Science/Department of Food Science and Technology/Department of Plant Pathology/Department of Statistics
M. Adamowicz, J. Clarke, S. Fernando, J. Herr
U.S. Department of Justice-National Institute of Justice
The Human Virome as Trace Evidence in Forensic Investigation

Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
T. Clemente
National Science Foundation
EAGER: Non-Integrative Transient Delivery of Reagents into Plant Cells via the Type IV Secretion System of A. tumefaciens

Department of Animal Science
M. Spangler
U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Beef Cattle Production System Decision Support Tools to Enable Improved Genetic, Environmental and Economic Resource Management

Department of Civil Engineering/Community and Regional Planning Program
J. Eun, Y. Nam
Nebraska Environmental Trust
Reduction of Landfill Gas Emission through Interim Cover with Co-Extruded EVOH Geomembrane

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
B. Duncan
CAREER: Drones in Public: Foundational Interaction Research

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Y. Lu
U.S. Department of Defense-Office of Naval Research
Portable Fiber Laser System and Method to Remove Pits and Cracks on Sensitized Surfaces of Aluminum Alloys

D. Alexander, C. Zuhlke
NASA-Johnson Space Center
Quarter Scale Critical Heat Exchanger for International Space Station

Department of History/Center for Digital Research in the Humanities
M. Jacobs, E. Lorang
Council on Library and Information Resources
Genoa Indian School Digital Reconciliation Project

Department of History/Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
P. Jones, A. Johnson, W. Thomas
University of Illinois
The Classroom and the Future of the Historical Record: Humanities Education in a Changing Climate for Knowledge Production

Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
A. Tamayol
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-National Institutes of Health
Multifunctional Dressing for Treatment of Diabetic Wounds

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