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Featured Research: EdgeDiscovery - Enabling Science & Discovery

Edge supports local, regional and national research projects. Examples of Edge-supported research include:

A regional cyberinfrastructure for collaborative data science.
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An adaptive programmable research infrastructure for computer science and science applications.
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The ERN was formed to simplify multi-campus collaborations and partnerships in the Northeast, in order to advance the frontiers of research, pedagogy, and innovation.
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The PRP is a partnership of more than 50 institutions, led by researchers at UC San Diego and UC Berkeley and includes the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and multiple research universities in the US and around the world. The PRP  provides a seamless research platform that encourages collaboration on a broad range of data-intensive fields and projects.
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Edge participated as a collaborating partner on the U.S. Department of Education 2020 Open Textbook Pilot Program Grant lead by Middlesex County College (MCC). The project that has been funded is for $1.4 million over three years for the Open Textbook Collaborative Project in which MCC will organize efforts with New Jersey community colleges (including Passaic, Brookdale, and Ocean), along with Rowan University. The project provides support for designing and piloting open textbook courses, as well as professional development. Edge will serve on the advisory committees for the project as well as provide Educational Technology Management service and expertise.
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Edge is pleased to be the recipient of the Verizon PEG funds for 2021. Through this program fund, video production and editing equipment and training programs are available for use in the development of local programming content that can be shown on local public, educational and governmental (PEG) access channels. Edge manages the grant for Verizon as well as the interface with the participating County and Community colleges.
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