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Dingell Announces Over $10.1 Million in NSF Grant Funding for the University of Michigan

ANN ARBOR, MI – Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (MI-06) today announced that the University of Michigan will receive $10,108,344 in federal grant funding from the National Science Foundation to conduct critical scientific research on many issues, including safety and efficiency.

“The University of Michigan is a global leader in innovative and groundbreaking scientific research,” said Dingell. “With this significant funding, the University of Michigan will continue important research that will improve our lives through innovation and advancements in technology.”

Find a full list of research projects receiving grant funding here.

The National Science Foundation supports research, innovation, and discovery at America’s colleges and universities by distributing federal grants. On average, NSF awards approximately 11,000 new grants each year to individuals or small research teams after a rigorous review process.

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