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Press Release 12-128
NSF Research Dollars Fortify America's Science and Engineering Infrastructure

Alaska, Utah and Wyoming are provided funding to bolster research capability and address pressing state concerns

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Photo of graduate student Mary-Catherine Leewis preparing a soil sample for testing.

Alaska EPSCoR-supported University of Alaska Fairbanks graduate student Mary-Cathrine Leewis prepares a sample of soil for testing. Leewis is studying bioremediation techniques for contaminated soils in Alaska.

Credit: Tom Moran/Alaska EPSCoR


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Photo of University of Wyoming Associate Professor Scott Miller measuring streamflow in a creek.

University of Wyoming Associate Professor Scott Miller measures streamflow in a creek in Wyoming's Snowy Range as part of a doctoral research project in hydrology. Miller is one of the key players in UW's $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation for water research.

Credit: University of Wyoming Photo


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Photo of Alexander Kolodov and Mike LaDouceur examining an Arctic weathering station.

University of Alaska Fairbanks postdoc Alexander Kolodov and undergrad Mike LaDouceur examine a weather station at Atigun Pass, located in Alaska above the Arctic Circle.

Credit: Ronnie Daanen


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Photo of University of Wyoming student Sarah Ann Gregory gathering water samples for research.

University of Wyoming student Sarah Ann Gregory gathers water samples at Spring Creek in Laramie for research dealing with dissolved organic carbon in aquatic environments.

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