Grant Name:

Building an Artificial Motile Tissue through Self-Organized Rhythmic Contractility - SCIALOG Conference: Molecules Come to Life Research Competition

  • Date Awarded:
    May 2015
     
  • Amount:
    $56,250
     
  • Term:
    12 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF4308
     
  • Funding Area:
    Science
     
 
 

In support of the collaborative project Building an Artificial Motile Tissue through Self-Organized Rhythmic Contractility as proposed at the 2015 Scialog: Molecules Come to Life conference, where five team research proposals were selected through peer-review from twenty team proposals that focused on convergence science at the intersection of physics and biology to address the need for a more quantitative, theory-based understanding of complex biological phenomena.

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