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Grants List

Grants

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Ann Pearson Investigator Award (3793)

Harvard University, Office of Sponsored Programs

In support of achieving a deeper understanding of the links between ecosystem structure, function, and long-term stabili…

Kay Bidle Investigator Award (3789)

Rutgers University, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

In support of elucidating the fundamental principles that govern small-scale interactions between viruses and their micr…

Forest Rohwer Investigator Award (3781)

San Diego State University Research Foundation

In support of the development of functional genomic analyses of unknown viral genes and new technologies to measure smal…

David Karl Investigator Award (3794)

University of Hawaii Foundation

In support of research to advance knowledge regarding the pathways, rates, and controls of the microbial phosphorus cycl…

Edward DeLong Investigator Award (3777)

University of Hawaii Foundation

In support of research to advance knowledge of microbial dynamics in time and space using newly emerging robotic samplin…

Cracking open the microbial sulfur cycle using novel stable isotope approaches (3306)

California Institute of Technology, Division of Geology and Planetary Sciences

To support the development of novel and innovative methods to crack open the black box of the microbial sulfur cycle usi…

A new community resource for comparing complex microbial gene expression patterns (2900)

J. Craig Venter Institute

In support of developing and expanding access to a new tool (PhyloMetarep) to allow the marine microbial ecology researc…

How the food preferences of coastal microorganisms shape marine elemental cycles (3302)

Oregon State University, Office of Sponsored Programs

In support of creating a deeper understanding of how the food choices of marine microbes contribute to carbon cycling of…

Exploring the consequences of microbial communications on bloom dynamics and nutrient cycling in the North Atlantic Ocean (3301)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of investigating how certain molecules that microbes use to communicate with one another influence microbial …