Third set of awards are announced under interagency biodiversity program

d colleagues from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, are working with the Institute for Conservation of Tropical Environment, the University of Antananarivo and the University of Fianarantsoa of Madagascar as well as the California Academy of Sciences, INDENA SPA, and the University of the Eastern Piedmont of Italy to explore plants and arthropods of Madagascar.
  • Larry Walker and colleagues from the National Center for Natural Products Research, with the National Institute of Undersea Science and Technology of the University of Mississippi are aborating with Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory of the University of West Indies to research the Biodiversity and therapeutic potential of marine coral reef organisms of Jamaica.
  • Mark Hay and colleagues of the Georgia Institute of Technology are collaborating with Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the University of the South Pacific and the South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission of Fiji to examine plant, freshwater and marine coral reef organisms of Fiji to assess conservation priorities and discover new therapeutic agents.


  • Contact: Cheryl Dybas
    National Science Foundation

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