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Ohio University has received $1.4 million in federal and state funding to purchase a transmission electron microscope that will allow scientists and engineers to study new materials that could have applications in energy, alternative fuels, superconductors and environmental remediation.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1.16 million, and the Ohio Board of Regents has provided $250,000 from the Technology Action Fund. The Ohio University vice president for research is contributing an additional $250,000, for a total project budget of $1.67 million.
The transmission electron microscope will allow researchers to characterize new nanoscale materials that could be used for a variety of energy and environmental applications. The equipment, which will be located in Stocker Center, will be used by faculty and students in the departments of chemical and biomolecular engineering, electrical engineering and computer science, physics and astronomy and chemistry and biochemistry, as well as the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs.