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Grants List

Grants

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Environmental Barcoding Through Massively Parallelized Sequencing (1566)

University of Guelph

This grant to the University of Guelph will be used to develop a new approach to DNA barcoding that will radically advan…

Open-source software for knowledge sharing (1276)

Duraspace

To provide the technical expertise and community framework needed to develop sustainable open-source software for innova…

Improving the Moorea Seawater System at the Gump Field Station (617.02)

University of California, Berkeley College of Natural Resources

The University of California will use this grant to continue improvement of the Gump Field Station on the island of Moor…

Interdisciplinary Computational Facility (1287)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Earth System Initiative

In support of the establishment of an interdisciplinary computational facility.

Technology for Open Access Publishing Project (Phase II) (969.01)

Open Source Applications Foundation

In continued support of the Topaz project to develop open source publication software.

Sudden Oak Death Project (1322)

University of California, Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management

In support of studies regarding range and spread of Sudden Oak Death Syndrome.

Sudden Oak Death Project (1286)

University of California, Davis Department of Plant Pathology

In support of studies regarding range and spread of Sudden Oak Death Syndrome.

Equipment for the Center for Environmental Genomics (1259)

University of Washington, Office of the Provost

To aid in the establishment of the Center for Environmental Genomics.

Interferometric Studies of Atmospheric Fluctuations and Stellar Asymmetries (454.01)

University of California, Berkeley Department of Physics

To continue the studies in interferometry, atmospheric fluctuations, and stellar asymmetries.