NSF Invests 72 Million Dollars for Innovations at the Nexus
To help secure the future of food, energy, and water systems while maintaining vital ecosystem services, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded more than $72 million for fundamental science and engineering research. The investments are part of the NSF Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems program, known as INFEWS.
This year’s recipients included the University of Montana and other universities for National Research Traineeship programs. Additionally, funds were awarded to various agencies and research institutions to build research capacity at the FEW nexus.
The original story, and links to other FEW items of interest, can be found on The Water, Energy, & Food Security Resource Platform website.