Philippa Clarke, Susan Murphy, and Yu Xie awarded MCubed funding
MCubed, a two-year seed-funding program is designed to encourage new multi-disciplinary work among U-M faculty. Among the 50 MCubed award-winners for 2012 (the first wave of funding) are three PSC affiliates. [Philippa Clarke's project](http://mcubed.umich.edu/projects/understanding-role-built-environment-older-adult-mobility-using-mobile-technology) will analyze how urban-dwelling older people interact with the outside built environment to better understand how to enhance independent mobility. [Susan Murphy's project](http://mcubed.umich.edu/projects/methodology-developing-real-time-mobile-phone-adaptive-interventions) will focus on the development of individualized, real-time adaptive interventions on mobile phones that will be useful in a number of behavior change areas. And [the project by Yu Xie and colleagues](http://mcubed.umich.edu/projects/carbon-capture-and-storage) will develop a carbon capture and storage technology that will increase CO2 sorption and desorption capacities.