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NSF announces international collaboration award winners

The National Science Foundation has announced the winners of 14 new Partnerships for International Research and Education awards, worth a total of $66 million over the next five years.

The awards will support collaborations with researchers in 26 countries, and include work on quantum devices, biomimetic materials, and the astrophysics of black holes.

“By linking together researchers from around the world, PIRE allows us to leverage US dollars and improve scientific outcomes,” said Rebecca Keiser, head of NSF’s Office of International Science and Engineering, which manages PIRE. “These rich partnerships tackle some of today’s most pressing research questions, from new materials to marine sciences.”

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