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January 4th, 2005
UCSB Research Funds Swell by 12%
Awards from federal agencies increased by 14 percent compared to the previous fiscal year’s total of $121 million. Support by federal agencies account for 75 percent of the total funds awarded to UCSB.
Other major contributors include the U.S. Department of Energy, which increased its contributions by 41 percent, awarding a total of $7.7 million to UCSB. The Army awarded up to $50 million over five years to the Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, an interdisciplinary research program at UCSB, Caltech and MIT. The program focuses on biotechnology, nanotechnology, materials science and systems engineering.
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