MADE in SC, NSF RII Track-1 award
Materials Assembly and Design Excellence in South Carolina (MADE in SC) will discover and develop
new intelligently designed optical and magnetic materials (Thrust 1),
stimuli-responsive polymeric materials (Thrust 2),
and interactive biomaterials (Thrust 3),
with all supported by a new Multiscale Modeling and Computation Core.
MADE in SC will lead to high impact discoveries and have a significant translational impact on SC educational institutions, playing a critical role in the economic growth and vitality of the state and nation, and positioning MADE in SC among the most capable academic organizations for materials research in the world.
In this issue: Phase-0 deadline reminder, State Conference wrap-up and winners, plus news, opportunities and deadlines!