Effects of sea level rise on contaminant mobility and cycling

Coupled land use and climate change impacts on water and natural ecosystems

Developing and deploying novel environmental sensors

Innovations in renewable energy — plant-based biofuels

Innovations in renewable energy — offshore wind

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Delaware Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research

Science

Delaware EPSCoR research seeks to answer the question of how we sustain water, energy, and natural resources in vulnerable coastal areas.

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Education

EPSCoR works with K-12 educators and students from middle school up to broaden interest and participation in the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and math.

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Ethics & Policy

The ethical challenges posed by technological innovation frequently make headlines.

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Economic Development

A major goal of Delaware EPSCoR program is to help the State’s economy

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News & Events

Wesley College to lead Delaware-EPSCoR program

Wesley College will serve as project co-lead in the University of Delaware’s five-year $23M Research Infrastructure Improvement grant from the National Science Foundation’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research program.

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First State researchers get more federal funding for water quality solutions

Delaware researchers are getting more federal funding to develop recommendations to address the state’s climate challenges. The National Science Foundation is awarding $19.2 million to a state coalition focused on First State water quality and supply issues.

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Water in a Changing Coastal Environment

A new five-year, $19.2 million Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) grant from the National Science Foundation’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) will help Delaware develop solutions to water issues related to human, economic and ecosystem health. In addition to the federal award, the state of Delaware has committed $3.8 million in support of this initiative.

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