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URI researchers are lead investigators on all seven collaborative research grants

The Rhode Island Science and Technology Advisory Council has announced the recipients of its 2014 Research Alliance Collaborative Research Grants, and University of Rhode Island scientists are the lead investigators on all seven funded projects.

The awards, totaling $806,501, will fund studies aimed at understanding and predicting the response of marine organisms and marine ecosystems to climate variability in Narragansett Bay. Eleven URI scientists, along with 12 researchers from nine other colleges and agencies in Rhode Island, are among the awardees. The grants are the eighth round of awards aimed at facilitating…

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