DOE launches 30th Annual University Coal Research Competition

From the DOE, Fossil Energy website:

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released a funding opportunity announcement calling on U.S. colleges and universities to propose new projects to enhance the long-term use of coal. The announcement launches the 30th year of DOE’s University Coal Research (UCR) program, the Department’s longest-running student-teacher research grant program.

The program will award $2.4 million to various projects ($300,000 per project maximum) in the following areas of interest

  • Computational Energy Sciences
  • Material Science
  • Novel materials for Snesing or Monitoring in Extreme Environments of Fossil Energy Systems

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20. May 2008 by
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