Science is expensive.
The Division of Science would like to thank all the sponsoring agencies that have funded or currently fund research in the Division. Individual research grants come from government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, or the Department of Energy; institutes (HHMI), and foundations. The Brandeis Office of Technology Licensing provides an incubator and logistical support for groups with more entrepreneurial approaches.
Helping young scientists learn to navigate the funding maze is important to us. Every year, about 70 PhD students and postdoctoral fellows are supported by a variety of NIH, NSF, and Department of Education training grants. Our young pre- and postgraduate researchers are encouraged and supported in applying for individual fellowships, and have won individual fellowships from HHMI, NIH, NSF, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and the American Heart Association.
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