Chris Chapman recently received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program’s Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW) award. The GROW award provides travel and research funding for international research collaboration. Chris plans to spend the next year abroad working at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. The title of his project is “Towards Translating Silver Nanowire-PDMS Composite Microelectrode Arrays to Intracranial Records Arrays: In Vitro Characterization of Neural Coupling and Recording Fidelity as well as In Vivo Insertion Design.”
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