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Office of Science and Technology Policy Fellow (4483.01)

Partnership for Public Service

In support of a White House Office of Science and Technology Policy fellow who will focus on building relationships amon…

Science of Science Communication Consensus Study (4857)

National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council

In support of a consensus study to synthesize knowledge relevant to communicating science for broad understanding and de…

Inverse Design for Nanophotonics (4743)

Stanford University, Office of Sponsored Research

To support the development of a novel automated design process for nanophotonics that will fundamentally change the way …

Novel Methods to Explore Variability of Gene Expression in Individual Plant Cells (4823)

National Center for Genome Resources

In support of developing new approaches to investigate single plant cells to enable scientists to more deeply understand…

Breaking Down Barriers at the Physics/Biology Interface (2919.01)

University of California, Santa Barbara Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics

To build an interdisciplinary community of researchers and students at the interface of physics and biology, which break…

Immersive DNA Force Sensors and Predictive Mechanical Modeling for Tissue Morphogenesis - SCIALOG Conference: Molecules Come to Life Research Competition (4308.03)

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Office of Sponsored Programs

In support of the collaborative project Immersive DNA Force Sensors and Predictive Mechanical Modeling for Tissue Morpho…

Immersive DNA Force Sensors and Predictive Mechanical Modeling for Tissue Morphogenesis - SCIALOG Conference: Molecules Come to Life Research Competition (4308.04)

Syracuse University, Department of Physics

In support of the collaborative project Immersive DNA Force Sensors and Predictive Mechanical Modeling for Tissue Morpho…

Building an Artificial Motile Tissue through Self-Organized Rhythmic Contractility - SCIALOG Conference: Molecules Come to Life Research Competition (4308)

University of Chicago, Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology

In support of the collaborative project Building an Artificial Motile Tissue through Self-Organized Rhythmic Contractili…

Building an Artificial Motile Tissue through Self-Organized Rhythmic Contractility - SCIALOG Conference: Molecules Come to Life Research Competition (4308.01)

University of Massachusetts Amherst, Physics Department

In support of the collaborative project Building an Artificial Motile Tissue through Self-Organized Rhythmic Contractili…