$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.
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