• Date Awarded:
    Oct 2022
     
  • Amount:
    $2,500,000
     
  • Term:
    60 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF11479
     
  • Funding Area:
    Science
     
 
 

In support of research to design and build a protocell capable of reproduction and Darwinian evolution. The protocell system will be a minimal living system constructed from non-living chemicals.

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