NSF Awards $1 Million to North Dakota Universities

(Bismarck, ND) -- A pair of North Dakota colleges are getting a bit of a boost when it comes to science funding.

The National Science Foundation has announced over $1 million are headed to two universities. This includes:

  • $737,487 to North Dakota State University for a project entitled, “The Digital Society Project: Infrastructure for Measuring Internet Politics.”
  • $252,841 to University of North Dakota (UND)  for the acquisition of an atomic force microscope.
  • $45,000 to UND to improve understanding of fog processes.

The exact amount of the grants is $1,035,328.