Chemistry professor receives award supporting collaborative research projects in applied science
Stas Groysman's proposal has been funded by the United States – Israel Binational Science Foundation. The award supports the Groysman Research Group at Wayne State University, the Gelman group at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Lord group at Grand Valley State University. The title of the proposal is: "A modular single-modular platform for designing heterobimetallic catalysts for CO oxidation."
The U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation – BSF promotes scientific relations between the U.S. and Israel by supporting collaborative research projects in a wide range of basic and applied scientific fields, for peaceful and non-profit purposes.