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<font size=3>'''''Learn about [[OpenWetWare:Donations|donating to OpenWetWare]].'''''</font>
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==Current support==
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===NSF Biological Databases & Informatics program===
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[http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5444 NSF Biological Databases and Informatics (BD&I)] -- Three year grant award to [[User:Endy|Dr. Drew Endy]].  You can view the [[Media:OWWv17.pdf|grant application]] or the official [http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=0640709 project description].
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==Past support==
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===MIT's Cell Decision Process Center===
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[http://cdpcenter.org/ Cell Decision Process Center] -- One time, $50,000 in direct funding provided via the NIH NIGMS Centers of Excellence Program award to Dr. Peter Sorger.
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===iCampus Student Grant===
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[http://icampus.mit.edu/ MIT iCampus Student Grant] -- One time, $16,000 dollars in direct funding sponsored by [http://research.microsoft.com/ Microsoft Research].  The application for the grant can be found [[ICampus Application for OWW|here]].
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[http://icampus.mit.edu/ MIT iCampus Student Grant] -- One time, $16,000 in direct funding sponsored by [http://research.microsoft.com/ Microsoft Research].  You can view the [[ICampus Application for OWW|grant application]] or the official [http://icampus.mit.edu/projects/OpenWetWare.shtml project description].  Most of the funds were used to provide hardware and support from [http://rackspace.com RackSpace].  Funds were also used to support the [[Seminar Series]] on Open Science, as well as other [[Steering Committee]] activities.  
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===MIT Computational and Systems Biology Initiative (CSBi)===
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OpenWetWare is graciously hosted on hardware provided by [http://csbi.mit.edu CSBi] with technical support from MIT's [http://web.mit.edu/biomicro/ BioMicro Center].
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OpenWetWare was graciously hosted on hardware provided by [http://csbi.mit.edu CSBi] with technical support from MIT's [http://web.mit.edu/biomicro/ BioMicro Center] from December 2005 to October 2006.
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===Endy lab at MIT===
The [[Endy Lab]] has also provided initial support through server space and occasional funding when needed.
The [[Endy Lab]] has also provided initial support through server space and occasional funding when needed.
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Current revision

Learn about donating to OpenWetWare.

Current support

NSF Biological Databases & Informatics program


NSF Biological Databases and Informatics (BD&I) -- Three year grant award to Dr. Drew Endy. You can view the grant application or the official project description.


Past support

MIT's Cell Decision Process Center


Cell Decision Process Center -- One time, $50,000 in direct funding provided via the NIH NIGMS Centers of Excellence Program award to Dr. Peter Sorger.


iCampus Student Grant


MIT iCampus Student Grant -- One time, $16,000 in direct funding sponsored by Microsoft Research. You can view the grant application or the official project description. Most of the funds were used to provide hardware and support from RackSpace. Funds were also used to support the Seminar Series on Open Science, as well as other Steering Committee activities.

MIT Computational and Systems Biology Initiative (CSBi)


OpenWetWare was graciously hosted on hardware provided by CSBi with technical support from MIT's BioMicro Center from December 2005 to October 2006.

Endy lab at MIT

The Endy Lab has also provided initial support through server space and occasional funding when needed.


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