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Assessing the Impacts of Ocean Acidification at Palmyra Atoll (2747)

University of California, San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography

To support a multi-institution effort to assess the impacts of ocean acidification at Palmyra Atoll. The funding will be…

Equipment for imaging microbial interactions (2761)

University of California, San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography

To procure leading-edge, next-generation microscopes to enable new science through technology. The new instruments will …

Engineering of sampling system for mineral particles and cells (2764)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of engineering, testing, and deploying a novel sampling system for mineral particles and microbial cells that…

Sudden Oak Death (2638)

University of California, Davis Department of Plant Pathology

In support of the University of California, Davis to increase knowledge of the ecology and management of Sudden Oak Deat…

Terahertz Investigations of Complex Condensed Matter (2628)

Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physics and Astronomy

In support of the invention and development of novel instrumentation and methods to generate and detect terahertz radiat…

Ocean Science Imaging Informatics (2649)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of advances in imaging informatics in the field of oceanography. Funding supports new knowledge about marine…

Microfluidic chip technologies to enhance environmental monitoring (2728)

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

In support of developing microfluidic chip technology to detect the presence and function of biological organisms in env…

Coral resilience investigated in the field and via a sea anemone model system (2629)

Stanford University, School of Medicine

To investigate how corals resist stress through development of a powerful sea anemone model system and related experimen…

Photon-Enhanced Thermionic Emission (PETE) Device to Increase Solar Energy Efficiencies (2573)

Stanford University, Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials

In support of developing a new method to acquire electricity from sunlight that combines both the photon (quantum) and t…