Going Big: Strategies for Securing Large-Scale Federal Awards

Federal Relations and the Office of Research held a workshop on strategies for securing large-scale federal awards on November 2, 2020. Are you interested in building towards a center-scale research award but unsure how to get started? Lewis-Burke Associates LLC, a federal lobbying and consulting firm in Washington, DC, discussed strategies for researchers to ramp […]

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Meet BU’s Six CAREER Award Recipients

These BU researchers will use their National Science Foundation funding to develop new methods and solutions in their fields of study Boston University researchers recently received CAREER awards, granted from the National Science Foundation, with one of the six winners investigating space weather in order to safeguard satellites and other orbiting technologies making their way […]

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CAS/ENG Scholar Earns Prestigious Honor

Malika Jeffries-EL named an American Chemical Society Fellow Malika Jeffries-EL researches “organic semiconductors,” the processing and electronic properties of which make them useful in technologies from LEDs to solar cells. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. It’s official: Malika Jeffries-EL belongs to the 2 percent. She has been named an American Chemical Society (ACS) fellow, an honor extended […]

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CAS Prof Wins Nearly $1M to Study Interaction of Natural and Human Emissions

Jeffrey Geddes gets two federal research awards to examine impact on air quality Jeffrey Geddes uses remote sensing observations, computer modeling, and targeted field observations to study atmospheric chemistry and air quality. Photo (left) by Jackie Ricciardi. BU’s Jeffrey Geddes has won two early career federal research awards totaling nearly $1 million to advance his work […]

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