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INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH GROUP (IRGs)...

 

CANM-NASA-URC will improve the ability of three Hispanic-serving institutions strategically distributed across the Jurisdiction to enhance their research competency in areas of relevance to NASA and compete for NASA research and development work. CANM-NASA-URC is organized into four Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRGs) aligned with the NASA Vision for Space Exploration:

IRG I: Life Support Systems: Develop nanoporous sorbent materials and a bioelectrochemical organic removal reactor for air and water treatment, in collaboration with NASA ARC.

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IRG II: Advanced High Energy Materials: Develop nanoscale advanced materials for high--pressure water electrolyzers and high-voltage Li-ion batteries in the 5 V range in collaboration with NASA GRC and JPL, complementing parallel non-overlapping efforts carried out under PR NASA EPSCoR.

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IRG III: Non-Carbon Based Sensors: Develop materials that enable new robust and stable, physical and chemical sensing devices that remain operational in harsh conditions in collaboration with NASA GRC.

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IRG IV: Carbon-Based Sensors and Bio-Sensor: Develop gas conductivity-based and enzymatic and DNA sensing processes for air and water environments in collaboration with NASA ARC.

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