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BE FY 1999 Awards

  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Total Awarded Institution Principal Investigator Title
$3,500,000.00 Nancy A. Moran BIOCOMPLEXITY: Integrating Genomic and Ecological Analysis of Symbiotic Bacteria that Mediate Insect Herbivory University of Arizona
$3,500,000.00 Edward Carpenter BIOCOMPLEXITY: Collaborative Research: Factors Affecting, and Impact of, Diazotraphic Microorganisms in the Western Equatorial Atlantic San Francisco State University
$4,000,000.00 Anthony F. Michaels BIOCOMPLEXITY: Collaborative Research: Oceanic N2 Fixation and Global Climate University of Southern California
$4,000,000.00 Richard Lenski BIOCOMPLEXITY: Bacterial and Computational Experiments to Identify General Principles that Govern the Evolution of Complexity Michigan State University
$4,500,000.00 Ilka Feller BIOCOMPLEXITY: Collaborative Research: Microbial and Nutrient Controls in Mangrove Ecosystems Smithsonian Institution
$4,500,000.00 Bess B. Ward Collaborative Research: Biocomplexity of Aquatic Microbial Systems: Relating Diversity of Microorganisms to Ecosystem Function Princeton University
$4,800,000.00 Caroline S. Bledsoe BIOCOMPLEXITY: Common Mycorrhizal Networks - Active or Passive Channels? Interacting Roles of Mycorrhizal Fungi, Plants, and Soil Resources in Carbon & Nutrient Transfers University of California at Davis


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