On September 19, 2017, the State of South Carolina announced the receipt of an NSF EPSCoR RII Track-1 award, Materials Assembly and Design Excellence in South Carolina (MADE in SC). MADE in SC will discover and develop
new intelligently designed optical, electrochemical and magnetic materials (Thrust 1), stimuli-responsive polymeric materials (Thrust 2), and interactive biomaterials (Thrust 3), with all supported by a new Multiscale Modeling and Computation Core.
MADE in SC will lead to high impact discoveries and have a significant translational impact on SC educational institutions, playing a critical role in the economic growth and vitality of the state and nation, and positioning MADE in SC among the most capable academic organizations for materials research in the world.
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