Foundation president, Harvey Fineberg, and chairman emeritus and co-founder, Gordon Moore, discuss the Statement of Founders’ Intent with staff.
Moore Foundation Headquarters 1661 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
To enable a greater understanding of trace metals and metalloenzymes in oceanic biogeochemical cycles. By combining cutting-edge proteomic tools with trace metal analysis techniques, this project aims to advance the understanding of biogeochemical cycles by identifying and quantifying the abundance of key microbial metalloenzymes in oxygen minimum zones concurrently with trace metal analyses.
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
WHOI-led Innovation Center
Microbial Sweet Tooth: Investigating How Marine Microbes Produce and Consume Complex Sugars
Advanced Technology Initiative for Ocean Science
Linking Chemical, Physical, and Microbiological Processes that Cause Marine Particles to Disappear
Screening marine microeukaryotes for their amenability for genetic tool development
Unwinding the Circadian Clock in a Sea Anemone
Our Radioactive Ocean: Lessons from Fukushima
New technology for high resolution analysis of proteins and other organic materials produced by marine microorganis…
Makoto Saito Investigator Award
Exploring the consequences of microbial communications on bloom dynamics and nutrient cycling in the North Atlantic…
Identifying and quantifying new markers of microbially mediated nutrient flow in the ocean
Investigating dissolved organic matter in the microbial loop
Fukushima Ocean Radionuclide Impact Study
Metalloenzymes as indicators of ocean biogeochemical processes
Engineering of sampling system for mineral particles and cells
Ocean Science Imaging Informatics
Dissolved organic matter and microbial diversity
Instrumentation for in situ cell sorting and identification
Equipment for the Analysis of Oceanic Dissolved Organic Carbon
Creating positive outcomes for future generations.