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ACS Symposium: Concluding Remarks

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By Lin He, NSF, and Rosemarie Wesson, NSF

By Lin He, NSF, and Rosemarie Wesson, NSF

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  • 1. NSF/CHE/Chemical Measurement and Imaging Program (CMI) and NSF/CBET/Chemical and Biological Separations Program (CBS)
  • 2. Sustainable Chemistry, Engineering, and Materials (SusChEM)• Research and education in the chemical sciences and engineering related to sustainable synthesis, use, and reuse of chemicals and materials• Participating Divisions: CHE, DMR (MPS); CBET, CMMI (ENG); EAR (GEO)• Regular Proposal (SusChem in title), Supplement, EAGER, or CREATIV• Details see DCL: NSF 12-097
  • 3. Separation Science: Extraction, Refinery and Recovery• Separation of critical metals• Recycling of chemicals that cannot be replaced (phosphorus)• Separation of gaseous by-products from biomass conversion• Water purification techniques• Chemical processes designed for zero waste/more environmentally friendly solvents• Etc.
  • 4. CMI in general supports research on: • Chemically-relevant measurement science and imaging; • Development of innovative approaches and instruments; • Improved understanding and/or innovative approaches to substantially broaden applicability for existing technologies; • Instrument Development proposals: CMI:ID, CRIF:MU, MRI; • Industrial Collaborations: GOALI, I-Corps, SBIR/STTR; • Optimizing and/or utilizing established methods for specific applications should be directed to programs focused on the application.
  • 5. CBS supports novel methods and materials for separationprocesses such as: • Nanostructured materials for separations; • Biorenewable resource separation science; • Field (flow, magnetic, electrical) induced separations; • Separation of molecular constituents from blood
  • 6. CBS Proposal Submission Window: August 15 – September 18, 2012 Contact: Dr. Debra Reinhart: dreinhar@nsf.govCMI New Submission Window: October 1-31, 2012 Contact: Dr. Kelsey Cook: kcook@nsf.gov Dr. Lin He: lhe@nsf.govEmerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) Currently Seeking Potential FY14 Topic Areas www.nsf.gov/eng/efri Contact: Dr. Rosemarie Wesson: rwesson@nsf.gov