The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation is launching a new area of research, the Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems Initiative. Over the next nine years, the foundation will invest $140 million to support development of new tools, theory and concepts about aquatic symbioses and to bring different research communities together to learn how symbioses involving microorganisms function, evolve and serve critical ecosystem roles in marine and freshwater environments. Read the announcement here.
Sue Merrilees is a senior advisor at the Science Philanthropy Alliance. This is the first of a two-part blog post. […]
The Science Philanthropy Alliance announced that three foundations have joined the Alliance, supporting its mission to increase private funding for […]