Logos & Acknowledgment

The RI C-AIM logo is an important piece to acknowledging the work researchers have completed through our current grant (#OIA-1655221). Please place the logo on any publication which is supported by this award, preferably in a prominent position.

To download a logo, right click the image and press “Save Image As.”


Consult NSF’s logo standards on correct usage and placement.

Sample Slide
Above: Example slide for use in virtual events, such as RI NSF EPSCoR’s annual research symposium.

Acknowledging RI C-AIM-supported research & activities

If your work has been supported by RI C-AIM and Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR, either as an individual, team or larger organization, please acknowledge that support as appropriate in publications, posters, presentations, etc., with the following language:

“This material is based upon work supported in part by the National Science Foundation under EPSCoR Cooperative Agreement #OIA-1655221 and [specify other funding details]”


Every publication of material (including web pages) based on or developed under this award, except scientific articles or papers appearing in scientific, technical or professional journals, must contain the following disclaimer:

“Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation”

Acknowledging use of an EPSCoR-funded core facility

“This material is based upon work conducted at a Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR research facility [specify lab: (URI) Marine Science Research Facility, Sequencing at the Molecular Informatics Core, and/or RI Consortium for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Lab; (Brown) Center for Computation and Visualization and/or Proteomics Facility; (RISD) the Edna Lawrence Nature Lab], supported in part by the National Science Foundation EPSCoR Cooperative Agreement #OIA-1655221.”

For further information, please contact RI C-AIM Project Administrator Howard Dooley, Jr.