The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FCEM) has selected 19 projects to receive $17.4m funding to support early-stage research at 17 colleges and universities.
The funding will support projects that establish visiting scholars programs, create new academic curricula related to geosciences, and provide interdisciplinary training in humanities-driven science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Projects were selected under FCEM’s University Training and Research program, which includes the University Carbon Research and the Historically Black Colleges and Universities an Minority Serving Institutions sub-programs.
The aim is to train the next generation of engineers and scientists working to advance integrated solutions, which are key to meeting the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal of a Net Zero emissions economy by 2050.
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