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Research Grants and Funding
14.  Stevenson S. (PI), “RUI: Chemical Methods for Isolating Metal Clusters Inside Large Fullerene Cages
   
   (C82-C140),” National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2015-2018) $288,168

13.  Stevenson S. (PI), “RUI: Investigations of Newly Discovered OxoMetallic Clusters Inside Fullerene
  
    Cages,” National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2012-2015) Funded $279,775

12.  Stevenson S. (PI), “Discovery and Isolation of New Molecules,”
Research Foundation, IPFW Summer
  
    Research Grant, Funded (2012) $8,000

11.  Stevenson, S. (subcontract to PI), “Nanocaged Metal Tags Massively Multiplexed Leukemia Bioassays
   
   and Beyond,” National Institute of Health (NIH), Funded ( 2011 - 2012) Funded  $94,000

10.  Stevenson, S. (PI), “Making New Medical Drugs,”
Lucas Foundation, Funded  $4,400

9.    Stevenson, S. (PI), “CAREER: Investigations of Newly Discovered Metallic Nitride Caged Nanomaterials,”
  
    National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2006-2011), $510,000

8.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Purification of Metallic Nitride Nanomaterials by Chemical Separations,”
  
    National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded, (2004) $499,958

7.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Trimetasphere Nanomaterials as Friction Coatings,”
 
     Department of Defense, Navy, Funded, (2004) $69,963

6.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Nuclear-Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Properties of Carbon Nanomaterials for
   
   Medical Applications,” National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2003) $715,855

5.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Purification of Metallic Nitride Nanomaterials by Chemical Separation,”
  
    National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2003) $99,990

4.    Stevenson S. (PI), “NMR Properties of Carbon Nanomaterials for Medical Applications,”
  
    National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2002) $99,901

3.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Novel Water-Soluble TNT Metallofullerene Derivatives for Imaging Applications,”
 
     National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2002) $99,988

2.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Methods for Continuous Synthesis of Carbon Nanostructured Materials,”
 
     National Science Foundation (NSF), Funded (2001) $99,981

1.    Stevenson S. (PI), “Carbon Nanomaterial Based Computers,”
  
    Department of Defense, Missile Defense Agency, Funded (2001) $64,966