Future @RI EPSCoR

Discussing new funding opportunities in April

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Funded by a $19 million National Science Foundation EPSCoR grant and a $3.8 million state match, RI C-AIM is a collaboration of engineers, scientists, designers and communicators from eight higher education institutions developing new approaches to assess, predict and respond to the effects of climate change on coastal ecosystems.

Working together with government, industry and communities, RI C-AIM is positioning Rhode Island as a ‘center of excellence’ for research on Narragansett Bay and beyond.

5 YearsBy the numbers
493Faculty, students and post-doctoral fellows supported
$57,682,306Research funding brought into RI
183Publications in scientific journals

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