Argentina, Australia, Austria, France, UK, US
International Consortium for the Environmental Implications of Nano Technology (iCEINT): To examine environmental and human health impacts of nanomaterials.
Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement des Géosciences de l’Environment (CEREGE), Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, the Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM – UK), the Materials Science & Technology Research Institution of the ETH (EMPA), Instituto Tecnológica de Buenos Aires (ITBA), University of Sydney, Australia, and the University of Vienna
National Science Foundation, Atomic Energy Commission (CEA – France), CEREGE
Zachary Hendren, Jeff Farner, Shihong Lin
France, Singapore, Turkey, US
Partnership in International Research Education (PIRE): To educate students to work in and manage projects executed by international teams. To perform innovative research with leading foreign collaborators to develop new technologies and methods that enable the sustainability of water resources and to carry out life cycle assessments of the consequences of various energy/technology mixes. To develop the awareness of global issues and sustainability. To increase the number and diversity of students entering careers in science and engineering.
Duke University, North Carolina Central University, Museum of Life and Science (Durham, NC), Michigan State University
National Science Foundation