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I-CARES Newsletter, Summer 2016

Featuring the newest recipients of our annual seed funding program, our funded projects and our latest panel on climate change.

I-CARES Adds to Growing List of Funded Researchers

I-CARES recently selected recipients of its 2016 Call for Proposals.

2016 Tyson Summer Seminar Series

The series in ecology and evolution features speakers from May 26 through August 4 at the Tyson Research Center.

Tracking the Lost Crops of the Ancient World

In a project funded by I-CARES, archaeology scholar Xinyi Liu and his team explore the ancient world with C4 photosynthesis.

Save the Date!

Join us for a climate and agriculture workshop October 24-25, 2016 in St. Louis.

ICONHeadshot_MWrighton"I-CARES nurtures interdisciplinary work and collaborative efforts that accelerate the pace of progress in the discovery and application of knowledge addressing the great energy, environmental and sustainability challenges facing our planet."
Mark S. Wrighton, WUSTL Chancellor

SIGINITI-CARES fosters research related to energy, environment and sustainability that will benefit future generations. The umbrella of I-CARES includes six signature initiatives.

ICONtake2himadri"I think of the 'C' in I-CARES as 'catalyst.' If we can bring someone from law, business or architecture to the same table as people from medicine, engineering, the Brown School and Arts & Sciences, then we have the forum to come up with novel ways of making energy and making the environment renewable and sustainable."
Himadri B. Pakrasi, I-CARES Director