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Funding Opportunities
Roadmap Transformative R01 Program (R01)
September 9, 2008 • RFA-RM-08-029

International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups (ICBG)[U01]
September 9, 2008 • RFA-TW-08-010

NIGMS Administrative Supplements for Collaborative Science
September 8, 2008 • NOT-GM-08-130

Collaborative Studies on Systems Biology of Complex Phenotypes (R01)
August 29, 2008 • RFA-GM-09-007

Metals in Medicine (R01)
August 25, 2008 • PA-08-251

Exceptional, Unconventional Research Enabling Knowledge Acceleration (EUREKA) (R01)
August 15, 2008 • RFA-GM-09-008

Epigenomics of Human Health and Disease (R01)
July 16, 2008 • RFA-RM-08-017

Modeling of Infectious Disease Agent Study Centers of Excellence (U54)
July 15, 2008 • RFA-GM-09-003

Development of New Technologies Needed for Studying the Human Microbiome (R21)
July 15, 2008 • RFA-RM-08-027

Development of New Technologies Needed for Studying the Human Microbiome (R01)
July 15, 2008 • RFA-RM-08-026

NIGMS Grantees Honored With Top U.S. Science Prize for Discovering Tiny, Regulatory RNAs
September 15, 2008 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Two long-time NIGMS grantees, Victor R. Ambros, Ph.D., and Gary B. Ruvkun, Ph.D., have received the 2008 Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research.

DNA "Tattoos" Mark Stem Cells in Planarians
September 11, 2008 • University of Utah

NIGMS-funded researchers have used synthetic molecules to mark the DNA of planarians, a kind of regenerating worm that could serve as a model for stem cell biology.

Computational Research Uncovers Clue to Molecular Evolution
September 10, 2008 • Florida State University

NIGMS-funded researchers have discovered intriguing details about how an enzyme may have evolved.

NIGMS Grant Supports Creation of Chicago Center for Systems Biology
September 9, 2008 • University of Chicago

NIGMS funds the Chicago Center for Systems Biology as part of its national program to study complex biological systems.

A Light Bulb and New Reactions
September 4, 2008 • Princeton University

NIGMS-funded chemists are using light bulbs to propel organic chemical reactions that are efficient, versatile, and environmentally benign.

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