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AccelNet Implementation: International Network For Researching, Advancing and Assessing Materials for Environmental Sustainability (INFRAMES)

The International Network for Researching, Advancing, and Assessing Materials for Environmental Sustainability (INFRAMES) leverages the substantial investments in US and EU networks in the area of environmental nanotechnology to assemble a coordinated international community of researchers dedicated to assessing the sustainability of the materials our society produces.

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Convergence Research | International Partners | Multi-institutional
January 1, 2021
– December 31, 2026

Project Details

Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) via Duke University

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

Research Institute for Environment, Energy, and Economics (RIEEE)

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Tonya Coffey

Department Chair
Professor

Dr. Christine Ogilvie Hendren

Interim Vice Provost for Research and Innovation
Professor

Grace Marasco-Plummer

Interim Managing Director

Bob Swarthout

Director of Environmental Sciences
Associate Professor

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