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March 28th, 2007
School of Life Sciences (SOLS) graduate students Mike Butler, Nathan Morehouse, Jonathon Douglas, Lisa Taylor, Melissa Meadows and Matthew Toomey have been awarded $29,000 to develop the first SOLS Frontiers in Science Conference to be held at ASU.
The winning proposal: "Iridescence: more than meets the eye" was chosen for its innovative approach, cutting-edge research and speakers, and community outreach.
This international conference will provide opportunities to ASU and visiting graduate students for close interactions with globally recognized speakers in nanotechnology, material sciences, biology and education.
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