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NSF puts $30M behind software bug killing, synthetic biology & computational sustainability

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    The National Science Foundation this week announced it is divvying up $30 million in funding among three multidisciplinary research projects designed to put advanced computing models to work on nixing software bugs, boosting synthetic biology and creating a more sustainable world.

    Researchers at Princeton University, Boston University and Cornell University will lead the Expeditions in Computing projects, which each get $10 million over 5 years. The NSF's Expeditions program has funded 19 projects to the tune of $190 million to date, with areas of focus ranging from robotics to the mobile Internet.

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