The team, from five universities, two government research institutes and a private company, has been awarded a Department of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative grant totaling more than $7 million over five years.
What does MURI stand for?
MURI stands for Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative
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We have 3 other meanings of MURI in our Acronym Attic
- Maxicircle Unidentified Reading Frame 3
- Mutual Reduction of Forces and Armaments and Associated Measures
- Mutual Reduction of Forces and Armaments and Associated Measures in Central Europe
- Machine Utilization Report Generator
- Macquarie University Research Grant (Sydney, Australia)
- Marvel Universe Roleplaying Game (also seen as MURPG)
- Mind Uploading Research Group (Massachusetts)
- Modern Universities Research Group (UK)
- Multi-University Research Initiative
- Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)
- McMaster University Undergraduate Research Journal (McMaster University; Canada)
- Mehran University Research Journal (est. 1982; Mehran University of Engineering & Technology; Pakistan)
- MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Undergraduate Research Journal
- Major Urban Resource Library (various states)
- Melbourne Underground Rail Loop (Australia)
- Minnesota Urban and Rural Homestead Program (Minnesota Housing Finance Agency; St. Paul, MN)
- Mock-Up Release
- Multi-University/Research Laboratory (computer science lectures)
- Match, Unknown, Reflect, Network (engineering method)
- Multiple Users Reusing One Slot (telecommunications)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Invisibility cloaking, along with enhanced imaging and solar collection, are the three main areas of transformation optics supported through a multidisciplinary university research initiative managed by Dr.
Minoru Taya, the University of Washington's Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) project team is working on airborne solar cells by using a flexible film and a thin glass coating with transparent conductive electrodes.