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Physics Faculty Receive New Research Funding
Brad deYoung

Physics did very well in the latest round of announcements of funding from the Research and Development Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador. Kris Poduska received $110,000 to support a new far-infrared sprectromiscorscope that will be used to assess disorder in solids. Lev Tarasov received $141,476 for high-performance scientific computing infrastructure and a further $100,000 to support the renewal of his Canada Research Chair in Glacial Dynamics Modelling.  Mike Morrow, together with Valerie Booth of Biochemistry, received $173,090 for NMR structural studies of surfactant protein. Congratulations to all. We look forward to seeing the results of the research that will be supported by this funding.

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Oct 2nd, 2013

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