The third annual DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge awarded a total of $35,000 to ten student teams designing innovative products and processes to better the lives of others.
The Toxics Use Reduction Institute recently awarded nearly $62,000 in grants to fund research that helps faculty and partner companies find safer alternatives to toxic chemicals.
Margaret Sobkowicz-Kline, an assistant professor in the UMass Lowell plastics engineering department, won a $400,000 five-year grant from NSF to explore ways to improve plastics made from the inedible portions of sugarcane and to help encourage more women to become plastics engineers.
Nonspec — a startup company established by engineering-students-turned-entrepreneurs — won $25,000 at the annual American Society of Mechanical Engineers Innovation Showcase.
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