Research Infrastructure Investments from the Research Development Fund that were awarded for Fall 2020
The fall 2020 call for applications resulted in eleven applications being submitted totaling over $8 million requested. Applications were reviewed by the RDF-Advisory Committee (AC) who submitted recommendations for consideration by the Management Committee. After discussion, five applications were considered for funding to improve research infrastructure resources at Texas A&M University.
Below are the Fall 2020 RDF applications awarded:
- Acquisition of a Unique Variable Field, Cryogen Free MR System, and Hyperpolarizer
- The Acquisition of an Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy System for in situ Studies of Interfacial Processes in Materials
- AggieRad, A Facility for the Characterization of Radioactive Materials and Molecular Compounds
- Enhancing Airborne Particle Measurement Capabilities of Center for Atmospheric Chemistry and the Environment (CACE)
- Increased Capacity and Service at TIGM to Enhance TAMU Research