I-CARES Call for Proposals

T​he 2015 I-CARES Call for Proposals is now available to all Washington University tenured and tenure-track faculty proposing research in the areas of energy, the environment and sustainability.  Letters of intent are requested by Friday, February 13, 2015 and full proposals are due by Friday, March 13, 2015.
 

Students at COP20

​​Among the thousands of people who attended December's United Nations climate change conference in Lima, Peru, was a delegation from Washington University in St. Louis. Sponsored by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the COP20 negotiations involved nearly 200 countries working towards a draft for a global climate change deal that is supposed to be adopted this year in Paris.    


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Message from the Chancellor and Director

 

The key objective of I-CARES is to foster research on energy, environment, and sustainability that cannot be done by single investigators alone. I-CARES nurtures collaboration within Washington University and with regional and international partners and will contribute to more rapid progress in addressing great challenges facing our world.
 
Mark S. Wrighton, Chancellor
Washington University in St. Louis
 

 

 

At Washington University, I-CARES coordinates and catalyzes all research and educational activities in the areas of energy, environment and sustainability. In collaboration with national and international partners, I-CARES funded investigators are developing solutions to the grand challenges of the 21st century related to renewable energy and climate change. 
 
Himadri B. Pakrasi
Director, I-CARES