Skip to main content

More Grant Money for Meister

Konrad Meister has more exciting news for his lab and research group. He was recently awarded grant money totaling more than $1.2 million!

Photo of Konrad Meister manipulating a 3D rendered image of a compound on the interactive touchscreens in the Luminary at Boise State

He was recently awarded an NSF Career Award entitled Elucidating Biogenic Control of Heterogenous Ice Nucleation. It is worth $740,130.

He was also awarded a Murdock Grant for the purchase of an Inverted Confocal Raman Microscope for Innovative Bio-Environmental-Chemistry research worth $460,786.

Both of these grants will soon be featured in Boise State News. Be on the lookout for those articles, as well as posts about Konrad and all his accomplishments on our social media pages.

We’re excited to see what Meister’s BioIce Lab can accomplish with these new awards!