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Awschalom, D.D. (Physics), California Nanosystems Institute, $286,281, Universität Ulm, "Diamond Based Atomic Nanotechnologies."

Banerjee, K., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $200,000, Stanford University, "Graphene Electrode Engineering for Photovoltaic Applications."

Blanchette, C.A., Caselle, J.E., Marine Science Institute, $232,045, Oregon State University, "Understanding the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem under Climate Change: Delivering Sound Science for Policy."

Blurton, H.F., Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $59,820, American Council of Learned Societies, "Ethics, Criticism, Anti-Semitism: Chaucer's Prioress and the Jews."

Donlay, C., Genetti, C.E., Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $30,000, American Council of Learned Societies, "A Grammar of the Kazo Language in Yunnan, China."

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $1,520,635, Army Research Office, "Task 26: Automation through Neurally-Decoded Intent (ANDI) for Crew Station Tasks and Interaction."

Doyle, F.J. (Chemical Engineering), Grafton, S.T. (Psychological & Brain Sciences), Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, $70,327, Army Research Office, "Task 28: Functionalized Polymeric Mesospheres for Filtration Apparatus."

Doyle, F.J., Dassau, E., Chemical Engineering, $89,656, Sansum Diabetes Research Institute, "Feasibility Study Assessing the Ability of an Insulin Pump-Controlling Algorithm to Minimize Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes in Clinical Research Setting."

Hollerer, T.H., Computer Science, $300,000, Office of Naval Research, "Evaluating the Effects of Immersion on Naval Training Applications."

Montell, C. (molecular, cellular & developmental biology), neuroscience research institute, $889,150, NIH General Medical Sciences, National Institute Of, "TRPA1: A Polymodal Sensor for Aversive Stimuli."

Montell, D.J., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $1,314,257, National Institutes of Health, "Adhesion and Cytoskeleton Dynamics in Cell Migration."

Nisbet, R.M. (Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology), Institute for Computational Earth System Science, $99,683, UC Santa Cruz, "From the Watershed to the Ocean: Using NASA Data and Models to Understand and Predict Variations in Central California Salmon."

Palmstrom, C., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $1,197,500, University Of Minnesota, "Center for Spintronic Materials, Interfaces and Novel Architectures (C-SPIN)."

Read de Alaniz, J., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $29,580, Naval Postgraduate School, "Investigation of Mechanically Activated Substituted Spiropyrans."

Rodwell, M.J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $380,000, Teledyne Technologies, "High Speed, High Dynamic Range Data Conversion ICs in a Heterogeneously Integrated InP/Si/GaN Technology."

Rodwell, M.J., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $600,000, Teledyne Technologies, "Process Technologies and Mixed-Signal IC Designs for Heterogeneous Integration."

Rumberger, R.W. (education), gevirtz research institute, $50,000, UC Los Angeles, "The Relationship between Student Suspensions and Dropout Rates."

Safinya, C.R., materials, $1,240,232, NIH General Medical Sciences, National Institute Of, "Structures of Lipid-DNA Nonviral Gene Delivery Systems 4."

Smith, S.T. (Anthropology), Ali, M.A. (Anthropology), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $25,187, National Science Foundation, "Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant:  The Collapse and Regeneration of the Meroitic State between the Fifth Cataract and Khartoum."

Weimbs, T. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Neuroscience Research Institute, $191,563, Endocyte, "Pre-clinical Efficacy of Folate-Conjugated mTOR Inhibitors and Related Compounds in Polycystic Kidney Disease."

Weld, D., Physics, $50,000, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, "Alfred P. Sloan Foundation."

Witherell, M.S., Physics, $65,000, DOE Washington, D.C., "Experimental High Energy Physics Research: Direct Detection of Dark Matter."

Zhang, L., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $420,000, National Science Foundation, "Gold Vinylidenes and Gold Aryne Complexes: Novel Reactive Intermediates for Versatile Synthetic Applications."

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