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Boscagli, M. (English), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $10,000, UC Irvine, “The Refusal of Work: Scarcity, Affect, Laziness.”

Castellanos, M.L. (Campus Outreach Initiatives), Beltz, G.E. (Mechanical Engineering), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $7,375, UC Office of the President, “MESA NSF STEM Scholarship - Erenis Lemus.”

Castellanos, M.L. (Campus Outreach Initiatives), Beltz, G.E. (Mechanical Engineering), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $7,375, UC Office of the President, “MESA NSF STEM Scholarship - Antonio Magana.”

Clark, J.F. (Earth Science), Earth Research Institute, $121,801, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Completing Single- and Cross-Hole Hydrgeologic and Microbial Experiments: Juan de Fuca Flank.”

Coffey, P., Radeke, M., Neuroscience Research Institute, $100,000, Doheny Eye Institute, “Modeling AMD in a Dish - a Bioassay of Disease Pathogenesis.”

Emmerich, M.D. (East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies), Institute for Social, Behavioral, & Economic Research, $5,000, Association for Asian Studies, Inc., “Histories of the Japanese Book:  Past, Present, Future.”

Helgeson, M.E., Chemical Engineering, $1,140,156, Natick Laboratories, “Responsive Organohydrogels for Protection and Decontamination of Chemical and Biological Threats.”

Kearney, J.J. (English), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $5,500, UC Humanities Research Institute, “Work and Debt.”

Koegel, R. (Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology), Voos, A.C. (Graduate School of Education), Gevirtz Research Institute, $59,000, Autism SpeaksFrmly Nat’l Alliance For Autism Research), “Using fMRI to understand the Neural Mechanisms of Pivotal Response Treatment.”

Levi, C.G., Materials, $220,000, Navy, “Science Underpinning Coating Design Strategies to Meet the CMAS Threat to Gas Turbine Technology.”

Lewis, G.P., Neuroscience Research Institute, $993,757, UC Irvine, “Retinal Progenitor Cells for Treatment of Retinitis Pigmentosa.”

Low, D.A., Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, $134,906, UC Irvine, “Burkholderia Pseudomallei Autotransporter and TPS Proteins.”

Mitragotri, S.S. (chemical engineering), center for bioengineering, $106,743, SEBACIA, “Delivery of Topically Applied Nanoshells into Sebaceous Glands.”

Montell, C. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Neuroscience Research Institute, $1,460,825, National Institutes of Health, “Regulation of TRP Channels and Visual Transduction.”

Montell, C. (molecular, cellular & developmental biology), Neuroscience Research Institute, $1,111,542, National Institutes of Health, “Rhodopsins: from Biosynthesis and Degradation to Unconventional Functions.”

Pennington, B.O. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Clegg, D.O. (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Neuroscience Research Institute, $2,500, SigmaXi, The Scientific Research Society, “Characterization of a Novel Substrate for Stem Cell Based Therapies for Ocular Disease.”

Peters, B., chemical engineering, $75,000, Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation, “Additives for control over polymorph selection during nucleation: computational approaches.”

Porter, S.M., Earth Research Institute, $40,000, National Science Foundation, “Collaborative Research: Estimating the Tempo of the Cambrian Explosion.”

Reich, N.O., Chemistry & Biochemistry, $5,800, Greater Cincinnati Foundation, “SciTrek: How Science Works.”

Roof, W.C. (Religious Studies), Moore, K. (Religious Studies), Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, $274,989, USDS Bureau of Educational And Cultural Affairs, “Religion in the United States: Pluralism and Public Presence.”

Stratton, E. (Earth Research Institute (CCBER)), Earth Research Institute, $1,000, The Allergan Foundation, “Devereux Slough Hydrologic Functioning Restoration.”

Strukov, D., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $510,000, Denso Corporation (Japan), “Memristive Neuromorphic Circuit.”

Van de walle, C.G., Stemmer, S., Materials, $358,541, University Of Notre Dame, “Center for Low Energy Systems Technology (LEAST).”

Wang, L.C., Electrical & Computer Engineering, $42,000, Semiconductor Research Corporation, “Cost-Effective Reliability Screening, Binning, and In-Field Adaptation.”

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