$20M grant for New Hampshire research program
New Hampshire’s EPSCoR program has received a five-year, $20 million grant from the NSF, of which Newburyport, Mass.-based Trunity will receive $48,000 until Aug. 31, according to Joakim Lindblom, president and CTO of Trunity Holdings Inc. The startup company’s contract with EPSCoR is renewable after each year.
LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
Fosters: It’s too soon for the happy dance
Reason.com - Brian Doherty: Cops may do bad things, but are white guys filming them worse?
New owners for Waukewan Golf Club
Dunbarton egg farm denial brings lawsuit