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  • Registration open for AU symposium on The Therapeutic Use of Psychedelic Drugs:  Legal, Policy, and Neuroscientific Perspectives at Washington College of Law, April 18.
  • Valentina Aquila received a grant from Michigan Technological University for $66,476 for “Tracking volcanic volatiles from magma reservoir to the atmosphere: identifying precursors and optimizing models and satellite observations for future major." Aquila also received a $12,000 grant from National Academies for “The Impact of Airport Activity on Local Air Quality.”
  • Raychelle Burks received a $55,169 grant from Doane University for the project “IUSE: EHR Track 1 Engaged Student Learning, Level 2: Developing computational efficacy and skill within an inclusive community of practice in the natural sciences.”
  • Thomas Fauchez received a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for “Detectability of water in the atmosphere of terrestrial habitable zone exoplanets due to exo-volcanism: a false positive for habitability”
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