Science Grants

SCIENCE GRANTS (The Scientist, Vol:4, #24, pg. 25, December 10, 1990) (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) ---------- Below is a list of notable grants recently awarded in the sciences-- federal grants as well as awards from private foundations. The individual cited is the project's principal investigator. BIOLOGY/BIOTECHNOLOGY For study of the role of antigen P120 in cell proliferation. $62,119 from NIH to University of Kentucky, Lexington; J.W. Freeman. For biological sciences

The Scientist Staff
Dec 9, 1990


SCIENCE GRANTS

(The Scientist, Vol:4, #24, pg. 25, December 10, 1990) (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.)

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Below is a list of notable grants recently awarded in the sciences-- federal grants as well as awards from private foundations. The individual cited is the project's principal investigator.

BIOLOGY/BIOTECHNOLOGY

For study of the role of antigen P120 in cell proliferation. $62,119 from NIH to University of Kentucky, Lexington; J.W. Freeman. For biological sciences professorship. $1 million from Eberly Family Charitable Trust to Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

134 fellowships for graduate students in the biological sciences and for medical students interested in research. A $12,900 stipend and $11,700 institutional allowance--annually, for up to five years--for each fellowship from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Bethesda, Md., to various institutions.

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BIOCHEMISTRY

Funds from the Robert A. Welch Foundation, Houston, to University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio:

* $90,000 each for ongoing projects by biochemistry...