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$25,000 Grant awarded for Research on Nanostimulator to Study Sensory Transduction and Amplification in the Inner Ear
Auburn, MA | Posted on August 15th, 2007
The $25,000 PI NanoInnovation Grant™ was awarded to
Andrea Lelli, Eric A. Stauffer and Jeffrey R. Holt, Department of Neuroscience, University of Virginia Medical School, Charlottesville, VA,
for the following submission:
A Fast Mechanical Nanostimulator to Study Sensory Transduction and Amplification in the Inner Ear
Runners up were the following proposals:
Maskless Optical Lithography Below the Diffraction Limit and Outside of the Near-Field Spectroscopy
Submitted by: Peter RH Stark, Harvard Medical School, Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Boston, MA
Scanning Sideview AFM: Simultaneous atomic force microscopy and sideview imaging for studies of cell mechanics Submitted by: Ovijit Chaudhuri and Sapun H. Parekh, Department of Bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley
Please join us in congratulating the winners!
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About the PI NanoInnovation Grant
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