GreenCentre Canada provides POP funding

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March 3, 2010

GreenCentre Canada is providing proof-of-principle support to two researchers whose work is considered to have commercial potential. Dr Andrew Grant, Mount Allison Univ and Dr Robert Singer, St Mary's Univ, received $25,000 each to demonstrate the potential of their research. Grant is developing organic superconducting polymers that can operate at the temperature of liquid nitrogen, while Singer is working on next-generation ionic fluids designed for large-scale water purification....

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