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Acknowledging CCMR Funding

All publications and patents (incl. applications) resulting from research supported by the CCMR must acknowledge CCMR support and the appropriate grant number. If the work was only partially supported by the CCMR, the NSF requests a clear statement delineating the support (e. g., which researchers were supported by the CCMR).
The inclusion of grant numbers is vital, as these are searchable (e.g., in Web of Science).

Direct CCMR Funding, primary support
This work was primarily supported by the Cornell Center for Materials Research with funding from the NSF MRSEC program (DMR-1120296).

Direct CCMR Funding, partial support
This work was partially supported by the Cornell Center for Materials Research with funding from the NSF MRSEC program (DMR-1120296).

Use of the CCMR Facilities
This work made use of the Cornell Center for Materials Research Shared Facilities which are supported through the NSF MRSEC program (DMR-1120296).

Support through other CCMR grants
This work was supported [optional: in part] by the Cornell Center for Materials Research with funding from

  • the Research Experience for Undergraduates program (DMR-1460428 and DMR-1120296).
  • the Research Experience for Teachers program (DMR-1460428).
  • the NSF PREM program (DMR-1205608). (Only for Howard PREM)

Acknowledging an IGERT Fellowship

  • XXX acknowledges support from the NSF IGERT program (DGE-0654193). (for Nanoscale Surfaces and Interfaces IGERT, where XXX are Fellow’s initials)
  • XXX acknowledges support from the NSF IGERT program (DGE-0903653). (for Materials for a Sustainable Future IGERT, where XXX are Fellow’s initials)

CRYO-FIB/SEM work
This work made use of the Cornell Center for Materials Research Shared Facilities which are supported through the NSF MRSEC program (DMR-1120296). Additional support for the FIB/SEM cryo-stage and transfer system was provided by the Kavli Institute at Cornell and the Energy Materials Center at Cornell, DOE EFRC BES (DE-SC0001086).

Titan Themis TEM/STEM work
This work made use of the Cornell Center for Materials Research Shared Facilities which are supported through the NSF MRSEC program (DMR-1120296). The FEI Titan Themis 300 was acquired through NSF-MRI-1429155, with additional support from Cornell University, the Weill Institute and the Kavli Institute at Cornell.

Other Acknowledgments (general form)
This work was funded [optional: in part] by a grant to the Cornell Center for Materials Research from the [insert name and award number of foundation or funding source here].

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