Shihs Receive New NSF Grant

Published on Monday July 19, 2004

Dr. Wei-Heng Shih, professor in the department of materials science and engineering and Dr. Wan Shih, research associate professor, are the PI and co-PI respectively of a new, one year $200,000 NSF grant entitled, "Portable, Reusable Array Piezoelectric Microcantilever Sensors for Chemical Terrorism Agent Detection." This is an NSF Small Grants for Exploratory Research (SGERs) project on Approaches to Combat Terrorism (ACT), funded by NSF and the Central Intelligence Agency.

Congratulations to Wei and Wan on this timely grant!

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