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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Research Core Revitalization Program

About the Initiative:

Seventeen projects ranging from upgrading video recording capabilities for intellectual and developmental disabilities research, to delivering increased computational speed for the analysis of large biomedical data sets, have been chosen for funding through the first Research Core Revitalization Program. These projects were among 37 proposals submitted from across campus.

The pilot program strengthens campus research core capacities by supporting the upgrade, replacement or duplication of heavily used shared research resources. Cores are unique spaces where researchers are exposed to new ideas, instrumentation, and services and where they can consult with technical experts to advance their research programs.

The Research Core Revitalization Program is supported by an investment from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and with support from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). Awards range from $20,000 – $300,000.

Press release announcing the awards.

2020-2021 Projects