Red River Valley Research Corridor

Red River Valley Research Corridor

Red River Valley Research Corridor

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The Red River Valley Research Corridor is the name that has been given to a region in the American state of North Dakota. It roughly comprises the corridor along the Red River of the North. The Research Corridor is anchored by North Dakota State University (NDSU) and the University of North Dakota (UND). The corridor was established in 2002 by United States Senator Byron Dorgan in an effort to draw research dollars to the state. Since that year, Dorgan has helped to direct $300 million to research in the corridor.

Research at NDSU

Areas of research at North Dakota State University include nanoscale science and engineering, microsensors (RFID tags), polymers and coatings, agriculture, combinatorial science, and spintronics. Many of the research projects at NDSU use federally backed grants, including several from the United States Department of Defense.

The NDSU Research and Technology Park is a 55 acre (223,000 m²) site of innovation and technology; the site sits adjacent to the main NDSU campus. The Research and...
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