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  • Plankton patterns by Tricia Thibodeau RI C-AIM researchers invite submissions for data visualization journal - Inspired by their experience as participants in the Vis-a-Thon program supported through RI C-AIM and RISD’s Nature Lab, RI C-AIM postdoctoral fellows Dr. Tricia Thibodeau and Dr. Jongsun Kim were invited to serve as guest editors for JoVE and organize a Methods Collection titled, “Data Visualization in Marine Science”. JoVE is the leading peer-reviewed scientific […]
  • 2022 STAC Collaborative Research Grant Awardees - Five interdisciplinary research teams were selected to receive funding, totaling $399,239, from the Science & Technology Advisory Council (STAC) this year: Recipients Metagenomics and Metatranscriptomics to Profile Microbial Activity as a Determinant of Methane Production in Narragansett Bay Sediment ($80,000) Dr. Peter Belenky, Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology – Brown University PI Dr. […]
  • 2021 STAC Awards fund crucial marine-based research - As part of its Collaborative Research Grant Program, the Rhode Island Science and Technology Advisory Council has funded five interdisciplinary research teams of investigators from institutions across Rhode Island totaling $399,299. The program supports RI NSF EPSCoR/RI C-AIM’s objectives to assess, model, and develop innovative technologies for addressing the impacts of climate variability around Narragansett […]
  • 2021 RI C-AIM Research Symposium: Invited Speakers - Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Patricia Thibodeau RI C-AIM Postdoctoral Fellow URI Graduate School of Oceanography Presentation Title: Riding a wave of variability through the Narragansett Bay Plankton Time Series I am a plankton ecologist focused on the effects of rapid climate change on phytoplankton and zooplankton populations and physiology. The major pillars of my research explore […]
  • 2021 RI C-AIM Research Symposium: Keynote Address - Joseph M. DeSimone is the Sanjiv Sam Gambhir Professor of Translational Medicine and Chemical Engineering at Stanford University. Previously, DeSimone was a faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University. He is also Co-founder, Board Chair, and former CEO (2014 - 2019) of the additive manufacturing company, Carbon.

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