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Syracuse University Receives $750,000 From U.S. Department of Energy to Accelerate Innovations for ‘Grid-Interactive’ and Energy-Efficient Buildings

Syracuse University has received a $750,000 award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to accelerate development and commercialization of innovations for “grid-interactive” and energy-efficient buildings. The project is focused on strengthening the regional innovation cluster in Central New York, including resources available through the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (SyracuseCoE) and CenterState CEO. This is one of 10 awards made by DOE’s Energy Program for Innovation Clusters (EPIC) and is the only EPIC project focused on building technologies. Read more.

Recipe for Research

With the support of a faculty mentor, two senior nutrition majors—and foodies—study the benefits of a vegetarian diet. Read more.

Professor Shikha Nangia Selected as Rising Star by American Chemical Society

Biomedical and chemical engineering Professor Shikha Nangia has been selected as a recipient of the American Chemical Society’s Women Chemist Committee  2022 Rising Star Award. The award recognizes nine women scientists who have demonstrated excellence in the scientific enterprise and outstanding promise for contributions to their respective fields. Read more.

BioInspired Institute Partners With Historically Black Colleges and Universities

The BioInspired Institute focuses on leading-edge research in materials and living systems and trains students at the undergraduate and graduate level. When the United States faced a reckoning on racism and structural inequities, BioInspired’s faculty and staff asked, “How can we support diversity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering and mathematics?” In a town hall meeting, consensus was built around a recommendation that the Institute create a research experience for undergraduates that could help diverse young scientists progress through their education and training. Read more.

New Guidance: Other Support/Current & Pending Support

Federal agency guidance on current and pending (C&P) support is changing. Recently the Federal Government has been placing additional scrutiny on foreign influence and the impact to federal research. These government concerns around foreign influence have resulted in some federal agencies providing additional guidance on what needs to be included in Current and Pending/Other Support documents. Guidance for the specific agencies can be found on the Other Support/Current & Pending Support  page of the Office of Sponsored Programs website. Read  more.