Catalyzing Scientific Study

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Dr. Eike Baur, associate professor of chemistry

Integrating scientific research and teaching, expanding the scientific talent pool to include more minorities and economical disadvantaged students to meet prospective energy and climate challenges, and saving energy and resources in chemistry — all are goals of a new study on enhancing chemical reactions.
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mobile apps

The ORA's technology transfer staff is here to help you with mobile apps that you develop for sale. Any mobile apps that are created by UMSL employees should be submitted via invention disclosure form to the technology transfer office for testing and uploading. Revenues will be handled under the UM copyright policy.

For more information, contact Tamara Wilgers (ext 6884).






UMSL Innovator Newsletter

August 2013, Volume XIII, Number 2

UMSL Prof Serves as Guest Editor, MRS Bulletin

eric majzoub mrs cover

Dr. Eric Majzoub, associate director of the Center for Nanoscience and associate professor of physics (pictured above left), served as guest editor for the June 2013 edition of Materials Research Society Bulletin and wrote the intro article entitled "Recent advances in metal hydrides for clean energy applications" with co-author Ewa C.E. Rönnebroa from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

View the entire issue online
Read the Majzoub article

External Awards Report

June 2013 Awards


Lobbying Disclosure Requirements

To ensure that the university is compliant with the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 2007, it is important that faculty and staff adhere to policies outlined at www.umsystem.edu/ums/gr/disclosure.

UMSL employees must report expenses incurred in the process of lobbying to Tony Accurso (ext. 5859) either at the time of travel expense report submission or no later than the end of the quarter during which the expenses were incurred.


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The Office of Research Administration at the University of Missouri-St. Louis publishes The UMSL Innovator once each month. The online and e-mail publication is designed to inform the campus community of grants received; highlight the research and commercialization accomplishments of UMSL faculty, graduate students and staff; and provide information on important deadlines and events. Also included is recent news about research and commercialization at the University and elsewhere. Recipients are UMSL faculty, students and staff. E-mail wilgerst@umsl.edu if you have questions, comments or suggestions on content.

The Office of Research Administration provides leadership and support in the development, execution and operation of programs in sponsored research, technology transfer and economic development throughout the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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TITLE: Innovations in Biomedical Computational Science and Technology (R01)

SPONSOR: National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The NIH is interested in promoting research and developments in biomedical informatics and computational biology that will support rapid progress in areas of scientific opportunity in biomedical research.

AWARD: $2.5 million. The maximum annual budget allowable is $500,000 (direct costs). The maximum project period allowable is five years.