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FY 2022 Solicitation Released: NSF ESPCOR Track-2 Focused EPSCoR Collaborations

Nov 4 2021
For FY 2022, RII Track-2 FEC proposals are invited on a single topic: “Advancing research towards industries of tomorrow to ensure economic growth for EPSCoR…
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Members of the Upper Clark Fork Working Group survey the river as part of a recent field restoration workshop. Photo credit: Taylor Gold-Quiros

Two new press articles feature CREWS-supported efforts

Oct 28 2021
Two new newspaper articles highlight the efforts of the Upper Clark Fork Working Group and the recent Warm Springs Ponds survey results.
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Call for Year 4 CREWS Commercialization and Innovation Interns

Oct 19 2021
Do you have a research project that has possible commercial potential? Are you interested in having an intern explore that potential for you? CREWS has four funded…
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New video higlights research and impact of CREWS

Oct 11 2021
A new video highlights the work of CREWS researchers and students.
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A picture of the pHyter devices that Sunburst Sensors will distribute

Sunburst Sensors to provide pHyters and training to citizen scientists and schools

Sep 16 2021
Sunburst Sensors, a private industry partner of the CREWS project, was awarded $150K to develop, produce and distribute the pHyter, an inexpensive, handheld instrument…
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Montana State University researchers conduct research in a lab that studies enzymes on Feb. 11, 2021 in Bozeman. MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

Montana State University research expenditures hit all-time high

Sep 2 2021
For a third year running, Montana State University recorded an all-time high for research expenditures, tallying more than $193 million for the fiscal year ending in…
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