NDSU awarded $20M in research funding
FARGO — The National Science Foundation has awarded $20 million to North Dakota State University, North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven announced in a press release Thursday, May 7.
The funds are available through NSF's Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research. The grant is intended to aid research and educational activities related to the development of cancer therapies, while also supporting the industry partnership to grow North Dakota's bioscience and technology sectors.
"The studies conducted by our universities provide opportunities to benefit our state and nation in a variety of ways, including helping to bring new treatments and therapies to market," Hoeven said in the release. "Today’s grant builds on our long efforts to make North Dakota a hub of technology entrepreneurship and further advance NDSU’s role as an engine of economic growth."