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Grants List

Grants

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Jed Fuhrman Investigator Award (3779)

University of Southern California, Office of Research

In support of research to investigate how nutrient inputs, predators, and viral infection simultaneously work control mi…

Curtis Deutsch Investigator Award (3775)

University of Washington, Office of Sponsored Programs

In support of obtaining an improved understanding of microbe–particle–chemical interactions in the dark ocean and their …

E. Virginia Armbrust Investigator Award (3776)

University of Washington, Office of Sponsored Programs

In support of research to identify key interactions within microbial communities that influence the distribution and abu…

Alexandra Worden Investigator Award (3788)

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

In support of laboratory and field-based research to further the understanding of phytoplankton genomics, physiology and…

Andrew Allen Investigator Award (3828)

University of California, San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography

In support of generating new knowledge of how the genes, biochemical pathways, and other genome-scale characteristics of…

Makoto Saito Investigator Award (3782)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of obtaining deeper knowledge of major biogeochemically relevant proteins to inform a mechanistic understandi…

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 completing the integration of a new tool (PhyloMetarep) into the Community Cyberinfrastructure for Advance…

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…