EPSCoR, the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, is a federal grant program led by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help states develop their research capabilities and institutions. Delaware received its first NSF EPSCoR grant in 2005 to create a statewide, interdisciplinary network of people, programs and instrumentation focused on the theme of complex environmental systems and ecosystem health. The University of Delaware, Delaware State University, Delaware Tech and Wesley College are partners in the program.
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November 1, 2017
Daniel Eliot (right) of the Delaware Small Business Development Center works with business owners to help them get up to speed on cybersecurity. Here, he is talking with Moses Senesie, who assists SBDC with business research. Senesie is studying business …
July 26, 2017
Innovation Delaware Company to Watch: Prelude Therapeutics from a textbook or a lesson plan. “Discovery is an art,” Vaddi says. “It’s not something that’s taught.” As Vaddi’s latest business venture, Prelude Therapeutics, finds its way forward, he hopes to be …