HOME >> BIOLOGY >> NEWS
HHMI international programs build science capacity in developing countries

ted researchers remain in or return to their home countries, keeping a national scientific tradition alive," says Peter Bruns, HHMI vice president for grants and special programs. "The effect of a research grant for one individual multiplies its value for others in a number of ways: training opportunities for students; equipment used by others within the home and neighboring institutions; electronic journal subscriptions for all members of the home institution; opportunities for collaboration and travel to meetings, and salary support, not only to the scholar but to her/his laboratory personnel."


'"/>

Contact: Jennifer Donovan
donovanj@hhmi.org
301-215-8859
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
5-Feb-2004


Page: 1 2

Related biology news :

1. Joslin President awarded medal from international diabetes organization
2. Increasing international insect threat to stored food
3. Ecologist calls for creation of an international panel to assess human behavior
4. Cutting-edge cancer researchers sought for international recognition
5. AACR: The premier international meeting for developments in cancer research
6. Principal investigators named for international scholars in breast cancer research program
7. Premier international cancer meeting
8. Rice bioengineer wins international design contest
9. University of Minnesota professors to speak at symposium on international trade
10. AAAS hosts Battle of the Brains to choose area student for international competition
11. Virginia Tech-led group receives third five-year international biodiversity grant

Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:1/10/2019)... ... January 09, 2019 , ... Dr. Beanlands is the Vered ... Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is also Director of its National Cardiac PET Centre, ... the Department of Radiology, and in the Department of Cellular and Molecular medicine. , ...
(Date:1/10/2019)... ... January 10, 2019 , ... A major goal ... in vitro studies and significantly more expensive in vivo studies in order to ... To address this need, researchers have begun to adopt 3D cell culture models ...
(Date:1/8/2019)... ... January 07, 2019 , ... PureWay, a healthcare-focused provider ... Thomas Kennedy as head of sales and business development efforts, effective immediately. Mr. ... has previously worked for Johnson & Johnson Medical, Globus Medical, WRP Asia Pacific, ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
(Date:1/24/2019)... POWAY, Calif. (PRWEB) , ... January 22, 2019 , ... ... been using the Pall Veterinary Platelet Enhancement Therapy System (V-PET™) for nearly ... perform VetStem Regenerative Cell Therapy since 2007 and began using V-PET™ 2016. ...
(Date:1/20/2019)... ... ... On January 15 of this year, the Parents’ Guide to Cord Blood website ... M.D., Ph.D. The PGCB was founded by former physicist Dr. Frances Verter, who ... 21st year of operation, the PGCB continues its mission to educate parents with accurate ...
(Date:1/20/2019)... (PRWEB) , ... January 17, 2019 , ... ... and orchestration system software developer, and The Quick Life Science Group (Quick Healthcare ... platform. , The platform enables the global cell and gene therapy industry to ...
(Date:1/11/2019)... ... January 11, 2019 , ... Drawing on over 22 years ... 22, 2019 at 2:30pm EST will explore some of the key lessons that have ... one vendor vs. using multiple vendors, and find out how to ensure that you ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
Cached News: