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Updated NIH Application Instructions to Enhance Rigor and Reproducibility
The NIH has updated it’s application requirements to include rigor and reproducibility. These updates took effect for research grants and mentored career development award applications submitted for the January 25, 2016 due date and beyond. These new instructions and revised review criteria focus on four areas deemed important for enhancing rigor and transparency: Scientific Premise of […]
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Office of Naval Research Supports Microwave Limiter Study in Physics Department
With support from the Office of Naval Research, researchers in Wesleyan’s Physics Department are working on ways to protect optical sensors (for example, the human eye) against laser-induced damage. In August, Tsampikos Kottos, professor of physics, professor of mathematics, received a three-year grant from the Office of Naval Research to further his designs of “Reflective Microwave Limiters.” Typical microwave…
NSF Supports Singer’s Research on Habitat Fragmentation in Connecticut
Mike Singer, professor of biology, professor of environmental studies, received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation this month to support a study on habitat fragmentation. Fragmentation occurs when contiguous habitats become separated into smaller, isolated areas often caused by human activities (new roads, housing developments) or natural processes (flooding, drought). Singer and his colleagues…
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