Five new projects have received funding from the North Carolina Community Collaborative Research Grant program. In its second year, the program leverages support from the William R. Kenan Jr. Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science at NC State University with funding from North Carolina Sea Grant.
“We are excited about the possibilities these projects present and the enduring value and impact that will result as we work together to address issues and opportunities advancing the economic and social well-being of our state,” said Raj Narayan, associate director of the Kenan Institute. “The new projects continue to build on Sea Grant’s vision and leadership for community engagement and empowerment through this important program.”
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