Chemistry faculty collaborate across campus in new OVPR program

Posted: March 12th, 2015

Seven teams of researchers from across Colorado State University will be working together on some of our most pressing global problems, thanks to innovative investments from the Office of the Vice President of Research.

“The ability to use scientific discoveries to drive technological solutions to our most pressing global problems will require the integration of multiple disciplines and the formation of innovative partnerships across sectors,” said Alan Rudolph, Vice President for Research.

In the fall of this year, the OVPR at CSU has launched a new program entitled Catalyst for Innovative Partnerships (CIP). The new program seeks to build innovative multidisciplinary teams that will forge partnerships designed to optimally pursue new opportunities for translating discoveries into practice. Read more at the SOURCE.

Chemistry faculty are involved in four of the seven CIP teams.

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