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Four U.S. Agencies Announce $40M In Research Grants For Next-Gen Robotics
Solicitation is underway for an additional 25-40 awards
By RBR Staff


On September 14, four federal agencies announced $40 million in grants to university researchers across the country to advance the National Robotics Initiative, unveiled by President Obama at Carnegie Mellon University on June 24, 2011.

The initiative, led by the National Science Foundation, is also supported by NASA, the National Institutes of Health, and the United States Department of Agriculture.  These agencies have also issued a new joint solicitation to fund…

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