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Miriam Marlier and Noam Rosenthal Research Receives Google Award

UCLA assistant professor Miriam Marlier was awarded one of the first awards in Google’s new Research Scholar Program for her project on mapping compounding climate hazards in California.  Google’s newly launched Research Scholar Program grants up to $60,000 in funds to 77 early-career faculty working on cutting-edge research.

Noam Rosenthal, a doctoral student in the Institute of Environment and Sustainability working with Marlier, said the Research Scholar Program often sponsors projects that align with Google’s mission of using computing to organize information.