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January 31st, 2005

UC Irvine's undergraduate research programs receive $900,000

Abstract:
With more than $900,000 in total funding, two new grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health will significantly expand undergraduate research opportunities this year at UC Irvine.

A three-year $275,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, announced this month, will establish a Research Experience for Undergraduates site in integrated micro/nanosystems a program beginning this summer that will allow students from colleges across the country to conduct research at UCI for 10 weeks.

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