06 2018 (June)

Proposals Submitted

Bangoura, Berit, and Martin Koethe: $46,750 to Ekhaga Foundation for “Presence of Zoonotic Parasites in Soil Samples from Urban Playgrounds.”

Eberle, Carrie: $25,000 to Utah State University and $24,500 to Wyoming Department of Agriculture (WDA) for “Evaluation of Pulse Crops for Sustainable Dryland Production.”

Gigley, Jason: $1,844,230 to Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for “Dissecting How Neuroinvasive Infection Accelerates Huntington’s Disease.”

Hess, Bret: $390,847 to WDA for “Operations and Maintenance of the Wyoming State Seed Laboratory.”

Islam, Anowar: $40,000 to National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance for “Sustainable Alfalfa Production through Efficient Management of Sulfur, Boron, and Harvest.”

Jabbour, Randa, John Ritten, Brian Lee, Anowar Islam, Tatyana Rand, and Frank Peairs: $324,998 to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) for “Integration of Early Harvest with Biological Control for Sustainable Alfalfa Production.”

Jarvis, Donald, and C. Geisler: $25,510 to National Institutes of Health for “Engineering a New Insect Cell Line for Human-Type Protein Glycosylation.”

Kniss, Andrew: $7,700 to BASF for “Herbicide Evaluation Program Support.”

Schell, Scott, Jeremiah Vardiman, Kevin Wanner, Ricardo Ramirez, and Emily Meccage: $26,875 to USDA NIFA for “Protecting Alfalfa Yield from Weevil Damage in the Inter-Mountain West Region.”

Tekiela, Daniel: $16,000 to Wyoming Weed and Pest District for “Early Detection of Nascent Invasive Populations in Rugged Terrain Using Remote Sensing and UAV’s,” and $21,500 for “Risk Assessments, Cheatgrass Seedbank Management and Herbicide Sensitivity Window.”