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Grants List


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Development of marine eukaryotic metagenomic methods (1668)

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

To support a collaborative team of researchers to address gaps in understanding about the diversity and ecology of the e…

Interdisciplinary Metagenomics Studies (1660)

University of California, Davis Genome Center

In support of the University of California, Davis Genome Center to analyze metagenomic datasets through the development …

Dedicated Marine Microbiology DNA Sequencing Pipeline (1672)

Pennsylvania State University, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

This grant to Pennsylvania State University will be used to increase publicly-available marine microbial DNA sequence in…

CAMERA Bioinformatics Tools Development (1634)

San Diego State University Research Foundation

This grant to the San Diego State University adds two new metagenomic datasets to CAMERA, and establishes procedures to …

Model study to correlate metagenomics with environmental conditions in Yellowstone Lake (1555)

Yellowstone Park Foundation

This project studied Yellowstone Lake microbial phylogenetic and functional gene diversity to assess if, and to what ext…

Expansion of Microbial Diversity Training (1601)

Marine Biological Laboratory

This grant to the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) is intended to expand the pool of new international scholars specia…

A metagenomic study of unique Antarctic environments (1554)

J. Craig Venter Institute

The sequences produced through this grant will give insight into new genes and proteins, novel life forms, and how life …

Efficient Viral Sequencing Technology (932.01)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Broad Institute

This is a development grant to the MIT Broad Institute for time and cost effective phage and viral sequencing technology…

High-resolution continuous microbiological samplers (1410)

Harvard University, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

This grant to Harvard University, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology will fund the expansion of OsmoSampl…