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Richard Green of the University of California, Santa Cruz has received a 2011 Sloan Research Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Green's lab is focused on genome sequence assembly and comparative genome analysis. He worked on the sequencing and analysis of the Neandertal genome and is also working on the Genomes 10K project. The $50,000 fellowships were awarded to 118 early career scientists and scholars in recognition of achievement and potential to contribute substantially to their fields.

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