Finished

Nanospheres to provide new properties to paints and coatings, ND Department of Commerce,

January,1,2015 – December,31, 2016, $100,000

Novel Soy-Based Nonionic Surfactants, United Soybean Board

December,1,2013 – December,31,2016, $161,838

New Polymeric Materials from Soy-Based Monomers and Vinyl Acetate, United Soybean Board

July, 1,2015  – December,31, 2016, $71,862

1st International Symposium on Materials from Renewables, North Dakota Soybean Council

July,1,2016 – December,31, 2016, $4,000

Evaluation of Effectiveness of Soy-Based Polymeric Surfactants in Shampoo Formulations (in collaboration with Dr. B.Chisholm, CPM/CNSE, NDSU)), North Dakota Soybean Council

$ 65,752 (07/01/2013 – 06/30/2014)

Organization of ACS Spring PMSE Symposium 2012, ND EPSCoR

$ 3,000 (06/2012)

Solubilization of Cargo Molecules Using Invertible Polymeric Micelles as Potential Carriers for Drug Delivery, Oak Ridge National Lab

Beam time in year 2012, travel costs $ 4,500

Novel Soy-Based Nonionic Polymeric Surfactants (SBPS) for Personal Care Applications. Continuation (in collaboration with Dr. B.Chisholm, CPM/CNSE, NDSU), United Soybean Council

$ 88,443 (09/01/2012 – 08/31/2013)

Novel Soy-Based Nonionic Polymeric Surfactants (SBPS) for Personal Care Applications (in collaboration with Dr. B.Chisholm, CPM/CNSE, NDSU), North Dakota Soybean Council

$ 30,000 (07/01/2011 – 06/30/2012)

Novel Soy-Based Nonionic Polymeric Surfactants (SBPS) for Personal Care Applications (in collaboration with Dr. B.Chisholm, CPM/CNSE, NDSU) United Soybean Board

$ 56,460 (07/01/2011 – 06/30/2012)

SANS Study on Self-Assembling Amphiphilic Invertible Polyurethanes

Oak Ridge National Lab 05/2011

travel costs $ 4,400

EMFST Program DOD-DMEA

$ 31,800 (08/2010 – 08/2011)

Flex EM Program, NSF / ND EPSCoR

$ 146,242 (09/01/2009 – 12/31/2011)

Covalent Grafting of Polymeric Hydrogels to Polymeric Substrates Activated by Functional Polyperoxides, 3M

$ 45,000 (05/2011 – 05/2014)

SANS study of polyester invertible micellar structures Oak Ridge National Lab

05/2010, travel costs $ 3,000

Collaborative Research: pH-responsive Capsules for Enhanced Delivery and Recovery of Cellulases for Biomass Hydrolysis (in collaboration with Dr.S.Pryor, Department of Agricultural

and Biosystems Engineering, and Dr.S.Minko, Clarkson University) NSF, Catalysis and Biocatalysis

$ 309,357 (07/01/2010 – 06/30/2014)

Polyurethane Rheological Additives for Clear Coatings Formulations Rohm and Haas

$ 17,736 (06/2009 – 09/2009)

Smart micro- and Nanoparticles (Fall 2009 ACS symposium) ACS PRF (Scientific Education Grant)

$ 4,200 (08/2009)

Smart polymeric adjuvant-surfactants to improve herbicide activity in soybeans (in collaboration with Dr. R.Zollinger, Department of Plant Science, NDSU), ND Soybean Council

$ 30,000 (07/01/2009 – 06/30/2010)

Smart Amphiphilic Polymeric Adjuvants-Surfactants to Increase Pesticides Activity (in collaboration with Dr. R.Zollinger, Department of Plant Science, NDSU), ND Agricultural Extension Station

$ 10,000 (10/2009 – 10/2010)

New iron fertilizers for soybeans based on “smart” polymers (in (collaboration with Dr.J.Goos, Department of Soil Science, NDSU), ND Soybean Council

$ 29,400 (07/01/2008 – 06/30/2009)

New Faculty Start-Up Award ND EPSCoR

$ 52,000 ($26,000 a department match) (11/2007 – 11/2008)

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