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NIH Pathfinder Award recipient Mary (Molly) Carnes talks about her project to increase diversity in the sciences.
NIH is using approximately $12 million of Recovery Act funds to promote scientific workforce diversity.
NIH has awarded $18.3 million to bolster research on science, technology, engineering and math (S.T.E.M.) education.
NIGMS has invested $42.3 million of Recovery Act funds to launch 14 "Grand Opportunities" research projects.
NIGMS has invested $16.4 million of Recovery Act funds to support 19 two-year research projects that address critical gaps in the basic biomedical and behavioral sciences.
NIH is using $67.4 million, including $10.6 million in Recovery Act Funds, to support to support highly innovative research projects promising big payoffs.
NIGMS is using $5.4 million of Recovery Act funds to accelerate basic studies of induced pluripotent stem cells.
NIGMS grantee Stephen Eubank will use funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to extend our understanding of disease models and expand their use in policymaking.
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