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April 21, 2021
Virtual FAU Wave Competition Winners Announced

The FAU Wave Competition, an undergraduate applied research competition where students work on innovative projects for two semesters and take their ideas from concept to reality, celebrates the top three winners for this year.

First place winner, Paris Prince, a junior from FAU's Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, developed the SPods, originally focused on hand sanitizing, developed the capsule into a soap and water hand washing product. The product is meant to be used in emergency situations by organizations such as UNICEF. ... READ MORE.
A COVID-19 Breeding Ground?

A study found in the journal, Physics of Fluids, suggest that public restrooms could serve as hotbeds for airborne disease transmission, especially if they do not have proper ventilation or the toilets do not have a lid or cover. ...
Upcoming: Virtual Town Hall

Palm Beach County Commissioner Robert S. Wienroth hosts a 6 p.m. Monday, April 26 town hall with guest speaker Daniel Flynn, Ph.D., FAU vice president for research. They'll cover the county's response to COVID-19 and pandemic-related research at FAU. 
Research in Action
1 p.m., April 29, Zoom
Due to COVID-19, most FAU events are canceled, postponed or moved to an online platform.
The “100 in 100” Campaign

The FAU Office of Research Development has launched the
“100 in 100 campaign!”

We want 100 new faculty, staff, post-docs or students to register for Grant Forward in the next 100 days.  Grant Forward helps you find tailored funding opportunities and showcase your research interests. Check out this month’s featured profile!

National Science Foundation
Deadline: July 26
Prepare early! Contact the Office of Research Development if you need help. 

National Institutes of Health
Deadline: Varied
Limited Submissions

A list of limited submission funding opportunities is maintained here.

Questions about the limited submissions process?
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