Germany FY 1999: Grants related to aging

This page presents statistics on scientific grants received by various organizations in Germany, fiscal year 1999.
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Statistics
Total Projects: 44
Funding Organizations: 6
Recipient Organizations: 31
Total Funding: $ 5,759,130
Chart Spending by categories
CategoryProjectsFunding, $
  Natural Sciences28$2,419,380
  Behavioral and Social Sciences7$1,938,750
  Theories of aging1$1,358,500
  Infrastructure & Equipment3$0

List of Scientific grants and projects

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Top 10 Recipients Organizations

Recipients Organizations Projects Funding, $
Thyssen Krupp Stahl 2 $ 2,174,700
Bundesanstalt Für Milchforschung 1 $ 1,455,310
Betriebsforschungsinstitut Des Verein Deutscher Eisenhüttenleute Ev 1 $ 1,089,550
Max Planck Institute For Biology 1 $ 290,454
Technische Universitaet Berlin 2 $ 194,436
Hannover Medical School 1 $ 147,735
German Cancer Research Center 1 $ 84,592
European Molecular Biology Laboratory 7 $ 82,223
University Of Rostock 1 $ 77,000
University Of Tübingen 1 $ 75,130
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Top 10 Donors Organizations

Funding Organizations Projects Funding, $
European Research Council 35 $ 5,154,126
NIH - National Institute Of Diabetes And Digestive And Kidney Diseases 1 $ 290,454
NIH - National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke 1 $ 147,735
NIH - National Cancer Institute 1 $ 84,592
NIH - National Institute Of General Medical Sciences 4 $ 62,515
NIH - Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health &Human Development 2 $ 19,708

Top 10 Investigators

Investigators Projects Funding, $
Robert Kuersten 2 $ 31,720
Jennifer Curtiss 2 $ 19,708
Kevin Czaplinski 2 $ 30,795
Monica Hollstein 1 $ 84,592
Christiane Nusslein-Volhard 1 $ 290,454
Achim Gossler 1 $ 147,735
Ernst Lueder 1 $ 0
Helmut Bartsch 1 $ 0
Albrecht Kellerer 1 $ 0
Thomas Reiss 1 $ 0
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Statistic by Countries FY 1999

CountryProjectsFunding, $
  GERMANY 44$ 5,759,130