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'''September 2012''' Stanford Bio-X funds the cyanobacteria program, in collaboration with the Bhaya and Theriot labs, for two years.
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'''September 2012''' [http://biox.stanford.edu/grant/pdf/IIP_WhitePaper0411.pdf Stanford Bio-X] funds the cyanobacteria program, in collaboration with the [http://dpb.carnegiescience.edu/labs/bhaya-lab Bhaya] and [http://cmgm.stanford.edu/theriot/ Theriot] groups, for two years.
  
'''September 2012''' Stacey Shiigi wins the Stanford UTRC research fellowship in sustainable energy. Congratulations!
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'''September 2012''' [[User:Stacey_Shiigi | Stacey]] wins the Stanford UTRC research fellowship in sustainable energy. Congratulations!
  
'''May 2012''' The Department of Energy funds the hydrogenase basic science program for three more years.
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'''May 2012''' The Department of Energy funds the [[Swartz:Research/Biohydrogen | hydrogenase basic science]] program for three more years.
  
 
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September 2012 Stanford Bio-X funds the cyanobacteria program, in collaboration with the Bhaya and Theriot groups, for two years.

September 2012 Stacey wins the Stanford UTRC research fellowship in sustainable energy. Congratulations!

May 2012 The Department of Energy funds the hydrogenase basic science program for three more years.

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