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Institute for Supply Management travel grant, $600.

Sun Microsystems: Education and Research Computing Contributory Grant #EDU- Q306-323A, $350.

Sloan Industry Studies travel grant, $820.

Baylor University Research Committee grant for RFID Lab: Supply Chain and Logistics Application Studies, $6,000

Sloan Industry Studies grant for organizing a seminar series “RFID Integrated Supply Chains,” $5,000.

Baylor University, Young Investigator Development Program. “Exploratory Study Comparing RFID Attractiveness,” 1-year grant funding $15,000.

AIDC Lab, Ohio University, donated RFID equipment for classroom use, valued at $6000.

AIDC Lab, Ohio University, donated RFID equipment for research use, valued at $7000.

McLane Advanced Technologies for the “RFID Integrated Supply Chain Symposium,” funded $1,500.

Jamison Door Company for “RFID Integrated Supply Chain Symposium,” funded $500.

Avery Dennison, RFID Division, item-level tags donated for RFID study with the Junior League of Waco, valued at $800.

Avery Dennison, RFID Division, item-level tags donated for RFID lab, valued at $600.

L3 Communications, for Student project awards, for fall 2007, funded $300.

Sirit, Inc., 2 reader development kits for UHF and 2 HF development kits, along with some other reader modules and tags donated for RFID lab, valued over $6,500.

The National RFID Institute special event registration fees to the 5th Annual RFID World valued at $399.

Stratum Global and Ingram Micros, registration fees to the 5th Annual RFID World valued at $1,499.

Avery Dennison, RFID Division, item-level tags donated for RFID lab, valued at $500.

Zebra Technologies International, R110Xi printer and roll of Gen II media donated for RFID Lab, valued at $5,000.

McLane Advanced Technologies, for RFID Seminar Series, $500. Sun Microsystems: Education and Research Computing, RFID Seminar Series, $500.

Sun Microsystems: Education and Research Computing, software donated for RFID Lab, valued at $1,250.

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