NSF Grants $1.3M to Study Oklahoma Sulfur Spring Microbes | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Science Foundation has granted $1.3 million to Oklahoma scientists to use genomics and other approaches to study microbes living at a sulfur spring in the state’s southwestern region.
Under the five year program, the NSF will give $800,000 to Oklahoma State University and $500,000 to Oklahoma University to study micro-organisms at the Zodletone Spring, OSU said this week.

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