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 support six research groups within the Chemistry of Cellular Signaling Center to reveal, on a chemical scale, the interactions that control complex signaling pathways in cells. These pathways govern the structure and function of every living cell and are at the forefront of research at the chemistry-biology-physics interface.
Thank you for sharing.
California Institute of Technology, Division of Engineering and Applied Science
Controlling Sound on the Nanoscale
California Institute of Technology, Division of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
The First Scialog: Chemical Machinery of the Cell Research Competition
California Institute of Technology, Office of Research Administration
California Institute of Technology
Thirty Meter Telescope Construction Phase
California Institute of Technology, Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy
New Detector for Investigations of the Cosmic Microwave Background
California Institute of Technology, Division of Geology and Planetary Sciences
Effective Early Warning Decisions in an Earthquake Crisis
Visualizing Biology through Advanced Microscopy
New Horizons in Bioengineering
California Institute of Technology, Center for Data-Driven Discovery
Inferring Predictive Theories from Data by Automated Analysis
Submersible Holographic Astrobiology Microscope with Ultraresolution (SHAMU)
Thirty Meter Telescope Early Construction Phase
Vertical-axis wind technology in rural Alaska
Victoria Orphan Investigator Award
Cracking open the microbial sulfur cycle using novel stable isotope approaches
Energy and sustainability science laboratory renovations
California Institute of Technology, Division of Biology
Elliot Meyerowitz HHMI/GBMF Plant Biology Investigator Award
Programmable Molecular Technology Initiative
Chemistry of Cellular Signaling
Creating positive outcomes for future generations.