The Virgin Islands Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (VI-EPSCoR) promotes the development of the Territory's science and technology resources through multi-disciplinary research and educational programs.
VI-EPSCoR achieves these goals by supporting research in areas of scientific inquiry linked to the Territory's economic development, by improving research infrastructure to strengthen competitiveness, by increasing student participation in science and technology in order to build a skilled workforce, and by building partnerships between government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector to create a foundation of research and development for economic growth.
Please Excuse Our Virtual Dust!
VI-EPSCoR's website is currently undergoing major revamping and "reconstruction". We will endeavour to keep you up-to-date with our most recent program developments, information and activities, while making our website more relevant, user-friendly and interactive, and making archived materials more accessible.
Please bear with us as we transition to our new design and layout. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact our Assistant Director, Nick Drayton at: 340-692-4068 or: email@example.com
Thank you for your patience and understanding!
As part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations,the Territory's science community staged its first Research Day.
A new species discovered in the waters surrounding the Virgin Islands is named after Bob Marley.
Stimulating competitive research in the Virgin Islands took a step up this year, when VI-EPSCoR facilitated the renovation and equipping of a new Environmental Analysis Lab.
VI-EPSCoR develops a concept to support a large interdisciplinary incubator project that encompasses all aspects of the ICCE research.
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VI-EPSCoR is funded in part by the National Science Foundation award #0814417 and the University of the Virgin Islands. Any opinions, findings, conclusions,
or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of National Science Foundation.