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BE FY 2004 Awards


  SORT RESULTS BY: Principal Investigator |  Institution |  Award Amount
Institution Principal Investigator Title Total Awarded
Georgia Institute of Technology Terry W. Snell BE/GenEn: A Biochemical, Genetic, and Genomic Investigation of the Evolution and Ecology of Sexual Reproduction $99,999.00
Oregon State University Daniel J. Arp BE/GENEN: Global Transcriptional Responses in Nitrogen Cycling and Nutrient Removal Processes and Development of Supplemental Instructional Workshops $1,996,860.00
Pennsylvania State University James H. Marden Functional Genomics of a Metapopulation: An Individual Based Understanding of Population Dynamics, Life History Traits, and Genetic Mechanisms in Time and Space $1,760,000.00
San Diego State University Forest Rohwer BE:GenEn: Solar Saltern Extremophage: Genomics and Population Modeling $1,652,581.00
University of California at Santa Barbara Scott A. Hodges BE-GenEn: Genomics of Adaptation to the Biotic and Abiotic Environment in Aquilegia $1,999,996.00
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Lutgarde Maria Raskin BE/GEN-EN: Elucidating Mechanisms Responsible for the Persistence of Microorganisms in Drinking Water Distribution Systems via DNA Microarray Technology $1,902,111.00
University of Southern California Dennis Hedgecock BE/GEN-EN Genomic Approaches to Understanding Variation in Marine Larval Recruitment $1,887,740.00
University of Wisconsin at Madison Amy Charkowski BE/GenEn: Genome-Enabled Analyses of Natural Populations of Pathogens on Natural Hosts $1,964,383.00


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