Science Grants

Below is a list of notable grants recently awarded in the sciences—large federal grants as well as awards of all sizes from private foundations. The Individual cited with each entry is the project’s principal investigator. BIOMEDICINE: New devices in international cardiology; $100,000 from Rich Foundation, Atlanta, Ga., to Emory University’s Dr. Andreas Grundawit Research Center, Atlanta; G. Rueben The Lucille P Markey Charitable Trust, Miami, Fla., awarded the following fou

The Scientist Staff
Jul 24, 1988
Below is a list of notable grants recently awarded in the sciences—large federal grants as well as awards of all sizes from private foundations. The Individual cited with each entry is the project’s principal investigator.

BIOMEDICINE: New devices in international cardiology; $100,000 from Rich Foundation, Atlanta, Ga., to Emory University’s Dr. Andreas Grundawit Research Center, Atlanta; G. Rueben

The Lucille P Markey Charitable Trust, Miami, Fla., awarded the following four grants:

Development of center for molecular toxicology and nutrition. $6,500,000 to Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York City; I.B. Weinstein

Center for molecular structure. $6,490,000 to Purdue University, West Lafayette, md.; M. Rossmann

Study of role of membrane receptors in the control of cell growth and differentiation. $2,310,000 to Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University; New York City; R. Stanley

Study of molecular genetics of cellular phenomena. $1,375,000 to Cancer Research, Denver, Cob.; T. Puck

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