All National Science Foundation

UIC will be home to the world’s first analytical, aberration-corrected and monochromated transmission electron microscope, or TEM, with a magnetic field-free objective lens.

September 28, 2022

$4M NSF award brings next-generation microscope to UIC

New lens design allows for atomic-resolution imaging as well as chemical analysis of critical materials

August 1, 2022

NSF grants $10M for collaborative data science institute in Chicago

UIC leads initiative in partnership with four Chicago area university research centers

March 10, 2022

Six UIC scholars win NSF CAREER awards

Early-career faculty receive more than $4 million for research

October 4, 2021

STEM education at UIC garners $2.9M National Science Foundation grant

Funding aims to enhance undergraduate education at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

view of hands among chemistry glassware

August 25, 2021

$1.9M NSF-funded initiative to transform UIC undergraduate chemistry offerings

Curricular reform to cover general chemistry through the most advanced undergraduate courses

April 8, 2021

$2.5M NSF grant backs UIC mathematics research, career training program

Program supports young scientists for research careers in algebra, geometry and topology

Mathematic equation

July 16, 2020

UIC, partners team up for $15.5M NSF-funded math institute

Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation will bring new research collaborations, industry partnership

Recycling bins

October 8, 2019

Converging on a global waste solution

UIC part of multidisciplinary $1.3 million NSF award 

Amin Salehi and Robert Klie

September 27, 2017

Finding 2D materials to make batteries cheaper, better

Molybdenum disulfide may be a promising candidate

Brian Ziebart

May 16, 2017

Computer scientist honored with NSF CAREER award

Brian Ziebart’s work could make autonomous vehicles safer

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