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Catalyst Science Fund

First Catalyst Fund Grant Awarded

By Catalyst Science Fund
Advancing Coral Conservation Revive & Restore is pleased to announce that the first grant from our recently launched Catalyst Science Fund has been awarded to marine biologist Steve Palumbi’s laboratory at Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station. The $100,000 research grant will enable the Palumbi team to investigate the genomic “stress trigger” that may cause corals to bleach as a result of warming ocean conditions. This catalytic science could be an essential step forward in understanding the large-scale bleaching of coral reefs and the potential to engineer genomic resilience to climate change. When ocean water becomes too warm, the photosynthetic symbionts...
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Revive & Restore’s Catalyst Science Fund

By Catalyst Science Fund
Traditional conservation tools can be limited in addressing challenges like climate change, but advances in biotech provide fertile ground for breakthroughs. @Promega commits $3M to @Revive_Restore's Catalyst Science Fund to develop new biotech tools for conservation. (1/2) — Revive & Restore (@Revive_Restore) August 23, 2018 Learn More About the Catalyst Fund To Advance Biotech in Conservation, Promega Commits to Support Revive & Restore Catalyst Science Fund Madison, WI USA. (August 23, 2018) To support the exploration of new solutions for confronting significant environmental challenges, Promega Corporation has pledged $3 million over three years to the Revive & Restore Catalyst Science...
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