ANNOUNCING THE SPRING 2022 SPARK FUND AWARDEES

ANNOUNCING THE SPRING 2022

SPARK FUND AWARDEES

Representing multiple colleges and disciplines, this cohort of Spark Fund awardees presented diverse and exciting projects to the Center for Research Innovation—giving us a detailed glimpse into the society-driven impact our community looks to achieve.

With the expert assistance from university partners, the CRI carefully evaluated all thirty applicants and selected five research opportunities to fund and grow.

 

Randall erb and Jason Bice

Randall erb and Jason Bice

New advanced manufacturing platforms that can process phononic crystals into intricate parts at high rates of production.

Jeff Ruberti

Jeff Ruberti

CRISPR Cas9 Acceleration of Human Active Collagen Production

Aatmesh Shrivastava

Aatmesh Shrivastava

"Ultra-low Power Wake-up" with Analog Computing for Always on Connectivity

Ben Woolston

Ben Woolston

A Co-Culture Method for Enhanced Biofuel and Biochemical Production from Untreated Waste Gases

YI ZHENG

YI ZHENG

Recyclable, Scalable and Self-cleaning Passive Cooling Paper for Building Roofs

SUNNY ZHOU

SUNNY ZHOU

Spatial and Temporal Activation of Protein Therapeutics by Light: Animal Testing for Photo-Caged Immunotoxin to Treat Eye Cancer

Randall erb and Jason Bice

Randall erb and Jason Bice

New advanced manufacturing platforms that can process phononic crystals into intricate parts at high rates of production.

Jeff Ruberti

Jeff Ruberti

CRISPR Cas9 Acceleration of Human Active Collagen Production

Aatmesh Shrivastava

Aatmesh Shrivastava

"Ultra-low Power Wake-up" with Analog Computing for Always on Connectivity

Ben Woolston

Ben Woolston

A Co-Culture Method for Enhanced Biofuel and Biochemical Production from Untreated Waste Gases

YI ZHENG

YI ZHENG

Recyclable, Scalable and Self-cleaning Passive Cooling Paper for Building Roofs

SUNNY ZHOU

SUNNY ZHOU

Spatial and Temporal Activation of Protein Therapeutics by Light: Animal Testing for Photo-Caged Immunotoxin to Treat Eye Cancer