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This article was Originally published in the April - May 2005 issue of CLASnotes.

Karen Bjorndal
Disney Lends UF a Hand

When a gator wants to help a turtle he calls on a mouse. Not just any mouse, but the mouse, Mickey Mouse. And it's not just any gator either, but the University of Florida, home to the Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research. The center is striving to find innovative ways to save and increase the earth's endangered sea turtle populations and has received support from the Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund over the years.

Since 1998, shortly after its inception, the wildlife fund began awarding $10,000-20,000 grants each year in support of research conducted by the director of the center, Zoology Professor Karen Bjorndal, and Research Assistant Professor Alan Bolten. Disney has allocated more than $170,000 to the center to date, which the husband and wife research duo has used in support of numerous projects directly resulting in 14 published papers. The center, in turn, has shared its expertise with the Walt Disney World Resort.

"What makes the Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research special is the high quality of work, the results they get and the positive impact they have on sea turtle conservation," says Anne Savage, conservation biologist at Disney's Animal Kingdom. "And the thing that is wonderful about Karen and Alan is that they have been great about sharing their knowledge and helping train the next generation."

The center, which is housed in the Department of Zoology, brings together sea turtle biologists from across campus to conduct research, train graduate students and further conservation by sharing research results with the scientific community. Affiliate faculty come from not only the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, but also the colleges of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural and Life Sciences. The team meets monthly and also organizes international conferences with other scientists in the field.

"We have a very broad program," says Bjorndal. "We look at the genetic structure of sea turtle populations and different demographic parameters, such as growth, survival and immigration, in order to better develop models of population dynamics that are so important for developing management programs for sea turtles."

Disney grants have funded all aspects of Bjorndal and Bolten's research, including their work on the "lost year" phenomenon, in which they use satellite telemetry to track where juvenile turtles spend their first year of life. The grants also have funded their recent work on the role of sea turtles in ecosystems. "This is very important," Bjorndal says. "Since all sea turtle species are now endangered, they appear as charming anachronistic leftovers of previous populations and are not seen as critical to the function of ecosystems today. In reality, sea turtles were once the major predators in marine ecosystems and had tremendous impacts before humans came in and totally destroyed their population."

Through their research and experience, Bjorndal and Bolten have helped governments designate protected areas for sea turtles and set up guidelines for the fishing industry to better handle turtles caught as by-catch in shrimp nets and hooked on swordfish and shark lines. They also have lent expert advice to Walt Disney World, particularly to The Living Seas aquarium at Epcot, which takes in injured or stranded sea turtles and rehabilitates and releases them back into the wild. "One of the things about Disney that has made me enjoy working with them is that they understand there is a right way and wrong way to do things, and they like to do it right," Bolten says.

—Buffy Lockette

January 2005 Total: $3,619,095

Investigator

Department

Agency

Award

Title

BURNS A F

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$4,000

GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - COST OF EDUCATION ALLOWANCE

GE J

ASTRONOMY

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

$100,000

DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE CORONAGRAPH TECHNIQUES FOR NASA TERRESTRIAL PLANT FINDER CORONAGRAPH MISSION

GUSTAFSON B A

ASTRONOMY

U S NAVY NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

$17,903

COSMIC DUST RESEARCH

SCHUUR E A

BOTANY

NASA

$157,016

THE RESPONSE OF SOIL CARBON TO PERMAFROST MELTING IN HIGH LATITUDE ECOSYSTEMS: USING RADIOCARBON TO DETECT THE EFFECTS

ANGERHOFER A

CHEMISTRY

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$99,746

NATIONAL HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LABORATORY-IN HOUSE RESEARCH PROGRAM

BARTLETT R J

CHEMISTRY

U S AIR FORCE

$194,929

METASTABLE MOLECULES IN THE GROUND AN IN EXCITED STATES: THEORY DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION AND APPLICATION

BARTLETT R J

CHEMISTRY

UNIV OF MISSOURI U S ARMY

$69,961

DETERMINATION OF POTENTIAL ENERGY SURFACES FOR ENERGETIC MOLECULES

BENNER S A

CHEMISTRY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$259,348

POLYMERASES FOR SEQUENCING BY SYNTHESIS

DOLBIER JR W R

CHEMISTRY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$148,265

REACTIVITY & SYNTHESIS OF FLUOROORGANIC COMPOUNDS & REACTIVEINTERMEDIATES

DURAN R S

CHEMISTRY

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

$87,369

ADVANCED SPACE-QUALIFIED RADIOMETRIC CALIBRATION TARGETS FOR MARS AND PLANETAR

DURAN R S; BLACKBAND S J

CHEMISTRY

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$114,805

HIGH MAGNETIC GRADIENT STUDIES OF MULTI-COMPONENT CORE-SHELLPRACTICE

DURAN R S; PEARTON S J

CHEMISTRY

U S AIR FORCE AFOSR U S DEPT OF DEFENSE

$96,000

IMMOBILIZED ION CHANNELS CONTAINING MODIFIED MAXI-K CHANNELS -ADD ON TO EXISITING GRANT F49620-03-1-0393.

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

EXXONMOBIL CORPORATION RESEARCH & ENGINEERING COMPANY

$19,491

JOINT RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF PETROLEUM

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

EXXONMOBIL CORPORATION RESEARCH & ENGINEERING COMPANY

$16,150

JOINT RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF PETROLEUM (AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO AGREEMENT #57821)

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$970

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$7,636

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$272

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$272

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$4,004

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$327

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$402

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

PURACOR COMPANY

$21,970

JOINT RESEARCH ON EMULSIFIERS

REYNOLDS J R

CHEMISTRY

CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALS

$179,497

DIOXYPYRROLES FOR CONDUCTING AND ELECTROCHROMIC POLYMERS

SCHANZE K S

CHEMISTRY

U S AIR FORCE AFOSR

$146,368

PLATINUM ACETYLIDE MATERIALS FOR OPTICAL LIMITING

SCHANZE K S

CHEMISTRY

UNIV OF CALIFORNIA LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$36,547

RESEARCH IN THE FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NIR LEDS

TAN W

CHEMISTRY

LIFE SCIENCES INC NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$101,735

HANDHELD GENE ANALYZER BASED ON DYE-DOPED NANOLPARTICLES

SAPIENZA C M

COMM PROCESS & DISORDERS

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$9,642

RESPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING IN VENTILATOR DEPENDENT PATIENTS

FOSTER D A

GEOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$297,049

TECTONO-THERMAL EVOLUTION AND EXHUMATION OF TRANSPRESSIONAL OROGENS: THE DEEP CRUST OF THE DAMERA OROGEN

NEUHOFF P S

GEOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$76,354

SITE SPECIFIC ENERGETICS OF WATER IN ROCK-FORMING ZEOLITES

RUSSO R M

GEOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$64,202

STUDIES OF CRUST AND UPPER MANTLE STRUCTURE MANTLE FLOW AND GEODYNAMICS OF CHILE RIDGE SUBDUCTION

RUSSO R M

GEOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$206,282

STUDIES OF CRUST AND UPPER MANTLE STRUCTURE MANTLE FLOW AND GEODYNAMICS OF CHILE RIDGE SUBDUCTION

BONA M

MATHEMATICS

NATL SECURITY AGENCY

$14,696

LINES VS CYCLES: BRINGING TOGETHER TWO CONCEPTS OF RESEARCHING PERMUTATIONS

BAUDIS L

PHYSICS

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$52,028

THE XENON DARK MATTER PROJECT: CONSTRUCTION AND UNDERGROUND DEPLOYMENT OF THE 1ST 100KG MODULE

REITZE D H; STANTON C J

PHYSICS

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NAT HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LAB NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$19,497

ULTRAFAST COHERENT CONTROL IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS

REITZE D H; STANTON C J

PHYSICS

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NAT HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LAB NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$78,248

ULTRAFAST COHERENT CONTROL IN HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS

STANTON C J; REITZE D H

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$255,017

OPTICAL CONTROL IN SEMICONDUCTORS FOR SPINTRONICS AND QUANTUM INFORMATION PROCESSING

STANTON C J REITZE D H

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$28,503

OPTICAL CONTROL IN SEMICONDUCTORS FOR SPINTRONICS AND QUANTUM INFORMATION PROCESSING

DIEHL M K

PSYCHOLOGY

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$13,649

COGNITIVE-EMOTIONAL INTERGRATION IN ADULTHOOD AND AGING

SMITH D W

PSYCHOLOGY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDCD - DEAFNESS & COMM DISORD

$160,901

PSYCHOPHYSICAL STUDIES OF COCHLEAR EFFERENT FUNCTION

WYNNE C D

PSYCHOLOGY

ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV

$4,000

EDITORIAL OFFICE FOR BEHAVIORAL PROCESSES

HOLLINGER R C

SOCIOLOGY

MULTIPLE SOURCES

$20,000

SECURITY RESEARCH PROJECT

BOLKER B M

ZOOLOGY

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$70,195

EMERGING WILDLIFE DISEASES:THREATS TO AMPHIBIAN BIODIVERSITY

COHN M J; GUILLETTE JR L J

ZOOLOGY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$286,500

HYPOSPADIAS: INTERACTIONS OF SEX STEROIDS AND FGFR2

EVANS D H

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$2,000

INSTITUTIONAL ALLOWANCE: GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM ALLOWANCE

GUILLETTE JR L J; CHAPMAN J S

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$39,949

PREDICTORS OF PRIMATE ABUNDANCE: HOW POPULATIONS RESPOND TO STRESS

GUILLETTE JR L J; CHAPMAN J S

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$35,400

PREDICTORS OF PRIMATE ABUNDANCE: HOW POPULATIONS RESPOND TO STRESS

February 2005 Total: $3,130,537

Investigator

Department

Agency

Award

Title

BOINSKI S H

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$104,381

SOCIAL CONVENTIONS, SEXUAL SELECTION AND ACOUSTIC SIGNALS IN WILD BROWN CAPUCHINS

COLLINGS P F

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$4,774

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION ON ECONOMIC SECURITY, AGING, AND SUBSISTENCE IN HOLMAN, NT, CANADA

HECKENBERGER M J

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$43,045

PRODUCTION,ACCUMULATION, AND REGIONAL SOCIO-POLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE SOUTHERN AMAZON (BRAZIL)AD 1250-16

HECKENBERGER M J

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$70,816

PRODUCTION,ACCUMULATION, AND REGIONAL SOCIO-POLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE SOUTHERN AMAZON (BRAZIL)AD 1250-16

SASSAMAN JR K E

ANTHROPOLOGY

WENNER-GREN FDTN ANTHRO RES

$7,000

GHEBREIGZIABIHER, ASMERET, U. OF ASMARA, ERITREA—TO AID IN TRAINING IN ANTHROPOLOGY/ARCHAEOLOGY AT THE UNIV

DERMOTT S F

ASTRONOMY

NASA

$84,956

ORIGINS AND STRUCTURE OF THE ASTEROIDAL SOLAR SYSTEM DUST BANDS

EIKENBERRY S S

ASTRONOMY

ASSN OF UNIV FOR RES IN ASTRON NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$106,825

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN STUDY FOR THE GEMINI HIGH RESOLUTION NEAR INTRARED SPECTROMETER (HRNIRS)

GE J

ASTRONOMY

NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER

$268,850

INFRARED SILICON IMMERSION GRATING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

LADA E A

ASTRONOMY

NASA

$145,709

TOWARDS A COMPLETE INVENTORY OF STAR AND PLANET FORMATION ACTIVITY IN NEARBY GIANT MOLECULAR CLOUDS

BENNER S A; MARTIN C R

CHEMISTRY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$133,248

DNA SEQUENCING USING NANOPORES

CASTELLANO R K

CHEMISTRY

AM CHEMICAL SOCIETY PETROLEUM RESEARCH FUND

$35,000

EPSILON-PURINE AMINO ACIDS IN SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC, SELF-FOLDIN G ARCHITECTURES

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$1,003

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$316

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

UNIV OF ALABAMA U S AIR FORCE

$98,229

DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEMENTARY IN VITRO AND IN CILICO HIGH- THROUGHPUT SCREENING METHODS FOR PRIOTIZING CHEMICA

MARTIN C R

CHEMISTRY

BROWN UNIVERSITY U S DEPT OF DEFENSE

$103,438

DIRECT NANOSCALE CONVERSION OF BIO-MOLECULAR SIGNALS INTO ELECTRONIC INFORMATION

OMENETTO N

CHEMISTRY

ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV

$3,500

EDITORSHIP WITH ELSEVIER SCIENCE

REYNOLDS J R

CHEMISTRY

U S NAVY OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH

$156,085

ELECTRON RICH AND DUAL DOPABLE POLYMERS FOR CHARGE STORAGE APPLICATIONS

RICHARDS N G

CHEMISTRY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDDK - DIABET DIGEST & KIDNEY

$212,002

BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF OXALATE DECARBOXYLASE

WINEFORDNER J D

CHEMISTRY

UNIV OF MONTANA U S ARMY

$207,091

PORTABLE CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTION SYSTEMS

HOLLIEN H F; HARNSBERGER J D

COMM PROCESS & DISORDERS

U S AIR FORCE

$250,462

VOICE STRESS ANALYZER INSTRUMENT EVALUATION

SAPIENZA C M

COMM PROCESS & DISORDERS

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$53,109

MASKED FACES IN PARKINSON DISEASE: MECHANISM & TREATMENT

VINSON B P

COMM PROCESS & DISORDERS

SCOTTISH RITE FOUNDATION OF FL

$10,500

SCOTTISH RITE CHILDHOOD LANGUAGE DISORDERS CLINIC

GOLDMAN A C; SOUTHWORTH J

GEOGRAPHY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$54,131

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: CONSEQUENCES OF PARKS FOR LAND USE, LIVELIHOOD DIVERSIFICATION, AND BIODIVERSITY IN EAS

GOLDMAN A C; SOUTHWORTH J

GEOGRAPHY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$48,150

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: CONSEQUENCES OF PARKS FOR LAND USE, LIVELIHOOD DIVERSIFICATION, AND BIODIVERSITY IN EAS

HARNSBERGER J D; WAYLAND R

INST ADV STDY OF COMMUN PROCES

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$95,500

PHONETIC & PROSODIC EFFECTS INPERCEPTUAL ASSIMILATION

ALLADI K

MATHEMATICS

MISCELLANEOUS DONORS

$10,000

SUPPORT OF RESEARCH & EDUCATION IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

CHENG H P

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$75,618

INTERFACIAL PHENOMENA IN NOBEL METAL-C60 INTERACTIONS

HEBARD A F; TANNER D B

PHYSICS

U S ARMY ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE U S DEPT OF DEFENSE

$182,819

SIMULTANEOUS MULTIPLE WAVELENGTH, MULTIPLE FIELD OF VIEW IMAGING SYSTEM

LEE Y

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$115,886

NATURE OF PURE & DIRTY LIQUID 3HE-FUNDAMENTAL INVESTIGATIONSAND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

MULLER G

PHYSICS

NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER

$119,198

DIMENSIONAL STABILITY OF MATERIALS AND BONDS FOR INTERFEROMETRIC SPACE MISSIONS

MULLER G

PHYSICS

NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER

$107,505

LASER RANGING AND LASER COMMUNICATION FOR FUTURE INTERFEROMETRIC SPACE MISSIONS

STEWART G R

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$138,811

NOVEL STRONGLY CORRELATED (PRIMARILY F-) ELECTRON BEHAVIOR

TUCKER C M

PSYCHOLOGY

DEPT OF HEALTH

$15,714

CHILDREN'S HEALTH SELF-EMPOWERMENT PROJECT

KOROPECKYJ-COX T M

SOCIOLOGY

RUTGERS STATE UNIVERSITY NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$19,690

CHILDLESS ADULTS IN MIDLIFE: LIFE PATHS, ATTITUDES, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING

PENA M

SOCIOLOGY

UNIV OF NOTRE DAME PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS

$34,276

HISPANIC CHURCH RESEARCH INIATIVE

OSENBERG C W; ST MARY C M

ZOOLOGY

FRENCH EMBASSY

$12,900

MOOREA PROJECT

March 2005 Total: $4,134,522

Investigator

Department

Agency

Award

Title

BERNARD H

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$12,000

ETHNIC IDENTITY SWITCHING AMONG LATINO IN TWO QUEENS, NY COMMUNITIES

BERNARD H

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$4,750

REU SUPPLEMENT: MICHELE PERRY

BERNARD H

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$114,782

SHORT COURSES ON RESEARCH METHODS

BURNS A F; DOWNS M

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIGMS - GENERAL MEDICAL SCI

$13,882

WHY DONT WOMEN DYE FOR CREDIT? A STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORKS ON URBAN CLOTH DYERS OF BAMAKO, MALI

COLLINGS P F

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$8,238

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION ON ECONOMIC SECURITY, AGING, AND SUBSISTENCE IN HOLMAN, NT, CANADA

SCHMIDT P R

ANTHROPOLOGY

WENNER-GREN FDTN ANTHRO RES

$6,400

GHEBREGIORGIS, MERIH W., NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ERITREA, ASMARA ERITREA TO AID TRAINING IN ARCHAEOLOGY AT UF

WARREN M W

ANTHROPOLOGY

MULTIPLE SPONSORS

$1,816

MISCELLANEOUS DONORS

GUZMAN R

ASTRONOMY

NASA

$132,827

A MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF LUMINOUS BLUE COMPACT GALAXIES FROM Z=1 TO Z=0

SARAJEDINI A

ASTRONOMY

CALIFORNIA INST OF TECHNOLOGY NASA

$61,473

ANCHORING THE POPULATION II DISTANCE SCALE: ACCURATE AGES FOR GLOBULAR CLUSTERS AND FIELD HALO STARS

SARAJEDINI A

ASTRONOMY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$85,386

CAREER: STELLAR POPULATINS IN THE LOCAL VOLUME

OPPENHEIMER D G; JEFFRIES S R

BOTANY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIGMS - GENERAL MEDICAL SCI

$20,876

CONTROL OF CELL SHAPE BY THE FRC2 GENE IN ARABIDOPSIS

BENNER S A

CHEMISTRY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$87,240

NANOSCALE ARRAYS FOR DIRECT RNA PROFILING IN SINGLE CELLS & THEIR COMPARTMENTS

HANRAHAN R J

CHEMISTRY

U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$91,264

THE INFLUENCE OF RADIATION ON PIT SOLUTION CHEMISTRY AS IT PERTAINS TO THE TRANSITION FROM METASTABLE TO STABLE PITTING

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$6,153

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$850

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

MARTIN C R

CHEMISTRY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$125,314

DNA SEQUENCING USING NANOPORES

MARTIN C R

CHEMISTRY

UNIV OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES U S NAVY

$240,397

3-D ARCHITECTURES FRO ELECTRONCHEMICAL POWER SOURCES

TALHAM D R

CHEMISTRY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$157,022

FABRICATION AND MAGNETISM OF COORDINATE COVALENT NETWORKS ASSEMBLED AT INTERFACES

TAN W

CHEMISTRY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$198,910

NANOSCALE ARRAYS FOR DIRECT RNA PROFILING IN SINGLE CELLS & THEIR COMPARTMENTS

VALA M T

CHEMISTRY

NASA

$168,853

LABORATORY STUDIES OF GAS-PHASE POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDRO- CARBON CATIONS AND FRAGMENTS

BINFORD M W; WAYLEN P R

GEOGRAPHY

UNIV OF CHICAGO NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$285,317

ECONOMIC GROWTH. SOCIAL INEQUALITY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGEIN THAILAND AND CAMBODIA

JAEGER J M

GEOLOGY

JUPITER INLET DISTRICT

$20,038

REASSESSMENT OF SAND BUDGET AT JUPITER INLET

GREGORY F G; MCKNIGHT S A

HISTORY

UNIV OF SIEGEN

$32,856

MYSTICISM AND MODERNITY

KRAUSE J L; TRICKEY S B

INST FOR THEORY & COMPUTATION

U S ARMY ARMY RESEARCH OFFICE

$5,000

PARTIAL SUPPORT OF 2005 SANIBEL SYMPOSIUM: PARTICIPATION BY YOUNGER INVESTIGATORS IN TEHORY AND SIMULATION OF MODERN MAT

ALLADI K

MATHEMATICS

MISCELLANEOUS DONORS

$980

SUPPORT OF RESEARCH & EDUCATION IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

AVERY P R; YELTON J M

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$184,898

TASK B: RESEARCH IN EXPERIMENTAL HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS: CLEO AND CMS

AVERY P R; YELTON J M

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$95,547

TASK B: RESEARCH IN EXPERIMENTAL HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS: CLEO AND CMS

BUCHLER J R

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$75,118

STUDY OF THE PULSATIONS OF THE SEMIREGULAR VARIABLE STARS

BUCHLER J R

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$32,786

STUDY OF THE PULSATIONS OF THE SEMIREGULAR VARIABLE STARS

FIELD R D

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$20,868

COLLIDER PHENOMENOLOGY CDF/CMS - TASK F

FIELD R D

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$34,595

COLLIDER PHENOMENOLOGY CDF/CMS - TASK F

HAGEN S J

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$152,521

CAREER: UNDERSTANDING PROTEIN FOLDING DYNAMICS IN THE ULTRA FAST LIMIT

HARRIS F E; SABIN J R

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$52,508

COMPLEX COORDINATE METHODS IN ATOMIC SCATTERING

HILL S O

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$116,797

CAREER: MAGNETIC RESONANCE - FROM MATERIALS RESEARCH TO SCIENCE EDUCATION

KONIGSBERG J; MITSELMAKHER G

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$36,290

TASK H: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN COLLIDER PHYSICS AT CDF

KONIGSBERG J; MITSELMAKHER G

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$193,734

TASK H: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN COLLIDER PHYSICS AT CDF

MATCHEV K T

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$55,000

TASK G: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN COLLIDER PHYSICS AT CMS

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$52,376

TASK G: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN COLLIDER PHYSICS AT CMS

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$291,229

TASK G: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN COLLIDER PHYSICS AT CMS

RAMOND P; SIKIVIE P

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY CHICAGO OPERATIONS OFFICE

$291,896

TASK A: RESEARCH IN THEORETICAL ELEMENTARY PARTICLE PHYSICS

SPECTOR A C

PSYCHOLOGY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDCD - DEAFNESS & COMM DISORD STETSON UNIVERSITY

$388,596

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF PERIPHERAL GUSTATORY SYSTEM

HOLLINGER R C

SOCIOLOGY

MULTIPLE SOURCES

$5,000

SECURITY RESEARCH PROJECT

DANIELS M J

STATISTICS

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NCI - NATL CANCER INSTITUTE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

$120,584

BAYESIAN METHODS FOR LONGITUDINAL CANCER DATA

YANG M C

STATISTICS

CHILDREN'S HOSP - LOS ANGELES CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION

$13,979

QUALITY OF LIFE ASSESSMENT IN CF AFTER LUNG TRANSPLANT

WAYNE M L

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$37,576

SOCIETY FOR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION YOUNG INVESTIGATORS WORKSHOP (SMBE YI), NEW ZEALAND IN JULY 2005

This listing of grants is obtained from the Division of Sponsored Research in the Office of Research and Graduate Programs. While every effort to ensure accuracy has been made, mistakes sometimes happen. If you feel there is an error, please contact Greg Miller-House at gregmh@rgp.ufl.edu.

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