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Teachers and mentors honored for their contributions to STEM programs

By Faye Oney / July 3, 2018

The White House will present more than 140 teachers, mentors, and organizations with special presidential awards, consisting of a presidential citation and $10,000, to recognize their contributions to enhancing student learning in the STEM subjects.

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Cyrus Wadia outlines the Materials Genome Initiative

By Eileen De Guire / February 21, 2012

The Materials Genome Initiative is a multi-stakeholder effort to develop an infrastructure that will accelerate materials discovery and deployment.

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Towards MGI, DOE allocates $12M for software groups, ‘glue’ funding

By / February 11, 2012

Credit: DOE Basic Energy Sciences. Friday afternoon, Cyrus Wadia posted a notice on the blog of the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy that the DOE is planning on making available $12 million each year for funding several efforts related to the administration’s Materials Genome Initiative. Wadia points to a new “Expression of…

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Video of the week: Cyrus Wadia outlines Materials Genome Initiative

By / January 17, 2012

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/cyrus_wadia2.flv mode=1 f={image=https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/cyrus_wadia.jpg}] The Materials Genome Initiative is a multi-stakeholder effort to develop an infrastructure that will accelerate materials discovery and deployment. President Barack Obama unveiled the MGI in July 2011 as a critical enabling element of the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership program. The goal of the MGI is to support the creation of new…

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Materials Genome Initiative, special MS&T’11 session

By / August 24, 2011

The MS&T partners are hosting a special information session on the Materials Genome Initiative Monday, October 17. Register for MS&T now to take part.

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