March 01, 2002 2:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Fairchild Auditorium
291 Campus Dr., Stanford, CA, 94305
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Seed Grants

By enabling scientists involved in technology development to work in highly collaborative ways with discovery scientists across a broad array of disciplines, the Bio-X program accelerates the pace of innovation. Bio-X is a fertile environment for visionaries, and the IIP awards give them the seed-funding they need to allow high-risk ideas to germinate and grow. In this way, the IIP awards have a unique purpose and profound rewards.


Harvey Cohen (Pediatrics)

Introduction and Overview

Axel Brunger (Molecular & Cellular Physiology)

Automating Protein Structure Determination

Jane Parnes (Immunology & Rheumatology)

Development of Biomedical Science Course - Human Pathophysiology & Medicine for Graduate Students in Basic or Engineering Sciences

Harvey Fishman (Ophthalmology)

The Artificial Synapse Chip: A Neural Interface to the Visual System

Jim Swartz (Chemical Engineering)

Rapid Syntheses of Vaccines for Treatment B-Cell Lymphoma

Richard Luthy (Civil & Environmental Engineering)

Contaminated Sediment Processes and Bioavailability: From Microscale to Trophic Scale


Dwight Nishimura (Electrical Engineering)

Magnetic Resonance Microscopy

Brian Kobilka (Molecular & Cellular Physiology)

Single Molecule Analysis of G Protein Coupled Receptor Activation

Jean-Claude Latombe (Computer Science)

Sampling Conformational Pathways

Helen Bronte-Stewart (Neurology)

An Interdisciplinary Project to Develop a Quantitative Kinematic Analysis for 3D Limb Movement in Dystonia

Stephen Monismith (Civil & Environmental Engineering)

Hydrodynamic Influence on the Productivity of Reef Ecosystems


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