Search Our Grants And Awards

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    Grant Amount
    Year

    Results: 1-25 of 172

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Regents of the University of California Santa CruzScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$356,0902021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,250,0002021the development and fabrication of the SEDMv2 instrument
    Carnegie Institution of WashingtonScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,400,0002021for technology development and proof-of-concept demonstrations in support of the Magellan Infrared Multi-Object Spectrograph
    Cornell UniversityScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$375,0002021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    Yale UniversityScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$368,2212021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$365,6402021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    University of ChicagoScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$345,2862021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    Regents of the University of California Santa CruzScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$355,5892021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    University of Texas at AustinScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$375,4732021for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    University of Florida Board of TrusteesScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$239,0372020to install, commission, and operate the ALPS-II experiment
    California Association for Research in AstronomyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,000,9732020for the development and fabrication of a laser frequency comb for the W. M. Keck Observatory
    Regents of the University of California Los AngelesScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$604,4522020to develop technology and techniques that will advance the state-of-the-art in direct exoplanet imaging
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,000,0002020for the development and fabrication of the Next Generation Palomar Spectrograph
    President and Fellows of Harvard CollegeScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$236,3162020for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    Regents of the University of California Santa CruzScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,015,8692020to develop technology and techniques that will advance the state-of-the-art in exoplanet imaging
    Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$289,8062020for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    Trustees of Princeton UniversityScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$132,4392020for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    Arizona Board of Regents, University of ArizonaScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$335,2972020to develop technology and techniques that will advance the state-of-the-art in direct exoplanet imaging
    Arizona Board of Regents, University of ArizonaScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$849,9412020for the upgrade and refurbishment of the 90Prime optical imager on the Bok 90-inch telescope
    Regents of the University of MichiganScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$330,8432020to develop technology and techniques that will advance the state-of-the-art in direct exoplanet imaging
    Regents of the University of California Santa CruzScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$357,9562020for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    University of California Santa BarbaraScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$635,0002020to develop technology and techniques that will advance the state-of-the-art in exoplanet imaging
    The Regents of the University of California Los AngelesScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$368,6542020for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    University of HawaiiScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,243,4822020to develop technology and techniques that will advance the state-of-the-art in exoplanet imaging
    Cornell UniversityScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$375,0002020for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship

    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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