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    Grant Amount

    Results: 1-25 of 476

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Society for Science & the PublicScience, Communications & Linkages$450,0002022to support the Science News’ coverage of physics and astronomy
    University of Florida Board of TrusteesScience$342,1212022for Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics - Mapping the Architectures of Planetary Systems Around Small Stars
    Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$291,5822022for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    National Academy of SciencesScience, Climate Change Science$75,0002022to support NASEM's creation of standardized greenhouse gas information and decision-making guidelines for policymakers
    Science Friday Initiative, Inc.Science, Communications & Linkages$300,0002022for general support
    Ohio State UniversityScience$344,3022022for Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics - Bridging Theory and Observations of the Stellar Life Cycle
    The Pennsylvania State UniversityScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$99,2132022for the Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science Symposium VII
    Arizona State University Foundation for a New American UniversityScience$133,2772022to support the PI's salary in the Native Skywatchers - We Are Stardust (NSW-WAS) learning cohort project
    Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyScience, Communications & Linkages$220,0002022to support the Fund for Diverse Voices at the MIT Press
    Bryn Mawr CollegeScience$330,1682022for Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics - Deciphering the Evolution of our Milky Way
    Science DCAScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$206,1252022for 51 Pegasi b Science Summit expenses
    University of WashingtonScience, Fundamental Physics$23,0002022for accessibility support for the Seattle Snowmass Summer Study 2022
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$111,6172022for the Code/Astro 2022 software engineering workshop for astronomers
    The Regents of the University of CaliforniaScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,600,0002022to support detection and characterization of isolated black holes in the Milky Way using gravitational microlensing
    American Geophysical UnionScience$75,0002022for the Second National Conference: Justice in the Geosciences
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$122,9482022for the assembly and testing of the High-resolution Instrument for the Rapid Assessment of eXo-atmospheres (HIRAX)
    International Documentary Association IncScience, Women in Physics & Astronomy$295,0002022for the pre-production, production, and distribution of the documentary REACH FOR THE STARS
    Regents of the University of California Santa CruzScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$720,4802022for the Shadow the Scientists astronomical observing outreach initiative
    The Pennsylvania State UniversityScience, Women in Physics & Astronomy$400,0002022for the establishment of the Mercedes Richards Career Development Professorship endowment
    Science DCAScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$12,0002022for the 51 Pegasi b Review Panel
    Regents of the University of California at BerkeleyScience, Communications & Linkages$250,0002022for JBEI’s annual advisory, planning and review meeting, and smaller strategic meetings
    Regents of the University of California at BerkeleyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$189,4632022to support the search for dark matter through signature radio signals
    The Regents of the University of CaliforniaScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$348,5022022for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    University of ChicagoScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$372,1522022for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    American Association for the Advancement of ScienceScience, Communications & Linkages$277,7832022for the Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellows program

    The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.

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