I-CARES announces 2013 funded research projects

The International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy and Sustainability (I-CARES) has announced the award winners for its 2013 Call for Proposals.

As part of its mission, I-CARES awards seed
funding to WUSTL faculty undertaking innovative and collaborative
research in the broad areas of renewable energy and sustainability
through an annual call for proposals.

This year, special emphasis was placed on projects related to
climate change.

I-CARES has awarded 12 projects with 25 Washington
University faculty from five schools: Arts & Sciences, the Brown School, the School of Engineering &
Applied Science, the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts and the
School of Medicine.

For a full list of winning projects and the faculty members involved, visit here.

I-CARES supports a network of national and international researchers, all with a focus on renewable energy, the environment and sustainability, extending beyond WUSTL’s seven schools.

With the addition of the 2013 research awardees, I-CARES now supports 99 individual researchers across 71 projects.