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The Week in Science Funding: Maple Syrup, Data-Fueled Biology, and Frack U.

A digest of science and environment news, originally published on Inside Philanthropy. This week, both data-fueled biology and materials science get a boost, and one North Dakota university is making fast friends with the fracking industry. I blog about the latest in funding [...]

July 14, 2014 Uncategorized
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The Week in Science Funding: Snakes, Diabetes and Marine Microbes

A digest of science and environment news, originally published on Inside Philanthropy. This week, a research heavyweight delves into ocean ecosystems, and two funders send a flurry of awards to 48 researchers and 54 green projects.  I blog about the latest in funding [...]

June 23, 2014 Science & Environment
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High-Powered Imaging Center Peers Deep Into Cells

Originally published on Inside Philanthropy, June 18, 2014. Remember that kid on the block who always had the coolest toys the day they came out? Well, when it comes to imaging tools in life science research, having those toys can [...]

June 23, 2014 Science & Environment