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  1. Analyzing Ivory DNA Leads us to the Scene of the Crime

    6/18/2015

    A new study supported by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation shows how the use of ivory DNA may be able to protect elephants.

  2. Science & Technology

    Using Data to Stop ‘Fish Stories’

    5/27/2015 : Raechel Waters

    This powerful new platform developed by Sea Around Us could help to end “fish stories” and provide clearer data on the impact of overfishing on ocean health.

  3. Ebola

    New Thinking on Countering Outbreaks

    4/30/2015 : Paul G. Allen

    If Ebola has taught us anything, it is that there is room for innovation in the way we respond to outbreaks.

  4. Investigators & Fellows

    Latest ADI Awards Provide $7.5 Million to Study Brain Cell Growth and Development

    4/30/2015

    The Foundation announced new Allen Distinguished Investigator (ADI) grants to six groups of researchers working to grow mature human brain cells in the laboratory.

  5. Ebola

    Paul G. Allen Remarks at Ebola Innovation Summit

    4/21/2015

    Text of the remarks made by Paul G. Allen to open the Ebola Innovation Summit in San Francisco.

  6. Ebola

    Paul G. Allen Convenes Experts to Overcome Key Challenges in the Ebola Response

    4/21/2015

    Ebola Innovation Summit welcomes brightest idea-makers in global health, technology and government to devise new ways to tackle Ebola.

  7. Education

    Puget Sound Restoration Fund Awarded $1.5 Million Grant

    4/6/2015

    The Puget Sound Restoration Fund received a $1.5 million grant to support research on seaweed cultivation as a potential strategy for mitigating ocean acidification.

  8. Science & Technology

    Using Unmanned Aerial Systems to Monitor Changes in Glaciers and Ice Sheets

    3/24/2015 : Dr. Shawn Keshmiri, Kansas University, and Spencer Reeder, Vulcan Inc.

    The Foundation is supporting to the University of Kansas work to develop advanced radar systems for unmanned aerial systems that measure glaciers and ice sheets in the polar regions.

  9. Ebola

    Illumination of U.S. Landmarks Highlights the Urgent Need to Reach Zero Ebola Cases

    3/23/2015

    Eight national landmarks across the United States will be lit with the colors of West Africa to revitalize public and private commitment and action towards an achievable goal: Zero cases of Ebola.

  10. Investigators & Fellows

    Inaugural Allen Distinguished Investigator Life Science Symposium

    2/9/2015

    Recent recipients of the Allen Distinguished Investigator award are gathering to present their work at the inaugural ADI Life Science Symposium.

  11. Ebola

    Allen Foundation Responds Nimbly as Ebola Epidemic Shifts

    2/8/2015

    The Seattle Times profiles how Paul Allen and the Foundation acted with surprising speed when working to fight Ebola as it flared in West Africa last summer.

  12. Education

    Time for a Touchdown in Fight Against Ebola

    1/30/2015 : USA Today

    At best, we are at halftime in the Ebola epidemic writes Paul Allen in an article in USA Today.

  13. Ebola

    Ebola Discoverer Joins Paul Allen’s Tackle Ebola Initiative

    1/23/2015

    To help in the continued fight against the Ebola crisis, Paul G. Allen and his Tackle Ebola initiative have brought on Ebola co-discoverer Dr. Peter Piot to serve as science advisor.

  14. Partnership With Nethope Will Expand Communications to Fight Ebola

    1/21/2015

    NetHope is partnering with the Foundation, Facebook and other organizations to expand communications capabilities to combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

  15. Ebola

    #TackleEbola Ribbons Allow People to Show Support for Ebola Heroes

    1/7/2015

    The #TackleEbola campaign introduced a ribbon to help raise awareness and show support for the heroes fighting Ebola.

  16. Science & Technology

    Paul Allen Named 2014 Philanthropist of the Year

    1/6/2015

    Inside Philanthropy named Paul Allen their 2014 Philanthropist of the Year.

  17. Science & Technology

    THOMAS C. SKALAK, PH.D., JOINS AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    12/22/2014

    Bioengineer Thomas C. Skalak Ph.D., is joining the Foundation to lead a team that will explore new frontiers in life sciences and make strategic investments with meaningful global impact.

  18. Science & Technology

    What’s the Catch?

    12/22/2014 : Daniel Pauly

    Daniel Pauly from the University of British Columbia explains the vision behind the Sea Around Us project.

  19. Science & Technology

    Pooches Vs. Poachers: Detection Dogs Sniff Out Wildlife Contraband

    12/15/2014

    An antipoaching initiative supported primarily by the Foundation and in partnership with other NGOs is taking an aggressive approach to addressing the specific issues in Zambia's South Luangwa valley.

  20. Ebola

    TIME MAGAZINE NAMES EBOLA FIGHTERS 'PERSON OF THE YEAR'

    12/10/2014

    They risked and persisted, sacrificed and saved. TIME Magazine chose the Ebola Fighters as their Person of the Year for 2014.

  21. Education

    CHARTER SCHOOL GRANTS SUPPORT CLASSROOM REINVENTION

    12/10/2014

    The Foundation is announcing new grants to two innovative charter schools in Washington State, PRIDE Prep in Spokane and Rainier Prep in Highline.

  22. Science & Technology

    Paul G. Allen Gives $100 Million to Create Cell Science Institute

    12/8/2014

    Allen Institute for Cell Science will create predictive models of cell behavior: a crucial step toward revolutionizing disease research

  23. Ebola

    Using ‘Number Two’ to Track the Ebola Virus in Gorillas

    12/4/2014

    The Wildlife Conservation Society, with support from the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, recently published their findings after spending over two years mapping the density and reach of the Ebola virus in ape habitats.

  24. Investigators & Fellows

    The Next Frontier of Artificial Intelligence Research

    12/3/2014 : Oren Etzioni

    Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence outlines the potential of the research being supported by the latest Foundation grants.

  25. Education

    Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Awards $5.7 Million to Advance Artificial Intelligence Research

    12/3/2014

    The Foundation announced the award of Allen Distinguished Investigator (ADI) grants to five groups of researchers working in one of three fundamental areas in the field of artificial intelligence.

  26. Science & Technology

    PROTECTING PUBLIC LAND: LAWSUIT AGAINST BLM TARGETS COAL LEASING PROGRAM

    11/25/2014

    Paul G. Allen is supporting a lawsuit to require the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management to prepare a programmatic environmental impact statement for the federal coal leasing program.

  27. Ebola

    Paul G. Allen Commits to Enhancing Communication Capabilities in West Africa to Help Fight Ebola

    11/17/2014

    Paul G. Allen announced that he and the Foundation will ship more than 10,000 specially programmed smartphones to West Africa to enhance data collection and identify aid needs.

  28. Ebola

    Gabrielle Fitzgerald Announced as Director of Ebola Program

    11/14/2014

    The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation announced that Gabrielle Fitzgerald has joined the organization to lead its Ebola program.

  29. Ebola

    Paul G. Allen Extends Tackle Ebola Effort to Address Plight of Children Orphaned by Ebola

    11/13/2014

    Paul G. Allen announced a multimillion dollar grant aimed at addressing one of the most tragic outcomes of the Ebola crisis in Liberia: the care of children orphaned by the virus.

  30. Ebola

    Cepheid to Develop Xpert Ebola for Countries Worst Hit by Epidemic

    11/13/2014

    Cepheid has been awarded a grant of up to $3.3 million co-financed by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a rapid Ebola diagnostic test.

  31. Ebola

    New Humanitarian Grants to Meet Real-Time Needs in Ebola-Stricken West Africa

    11/6/2014

    Paul G. Allen announced new grants to provide immediate humanitarian relief to address basic human needs that are being threatened by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

  32. Portland Youthbuilders Teaches the Value of Work

    11/3/2014

    The Oregonian profiles Portland's Youthbuilders program, which received a Creative Leadership Award in 2012.

  33. Ebola

    PAUL ALLEN'S $100M PLEDGE IN THE NEWS

    11/3/2014

    A look at how Paul Allen's $100 million pledge toward Ebola was covered in the news and on social media.

  34. Ebola

    TACKLING EBOLA: THE NEXT MOVE IS UP TO US

    10/23/2014

    Paul Allen has increased his commitment to stopping the Ebola outbreak and is asking for more people to step up and help.

  35. Ebola

    PAUL G. ALLEN INCREASES COMMITMENT TO FIGHT EBOLA TO $100 MILLION

    10/23/2014

    Paul G. Allen today increased his commitment to Tackle Ebola to at least $100 million and called on the global community to join the cause.

  36. Ebola

    Paul G. Allen and BBC Media Action Announce Media and Communication Partnership to Help Tackle Ebola

    10/16/2014

    Paul G. Allen is partnering with BBC Media Action, the BBC's international development organization, to improve communication and public awareness about the Ebola crisis.

  37. Ebola

    Trail Blazers Support #TackleEbola in New Video

    10/15/2014

    Trail Blazers teammates LaMarcus Aldridge, Nicolas Batum and Damian Lillard joined the #TackleEbola campaign in a new video.

  38. Ebola

    BBC Media Action: A partnership for Ebola education

    10/15/2014 : Paul G. Allen

    We are proud to partner with BBC Media Action to support three programs aimed at increasing public knowledge and awareness, supporting the government and instilling safer health practices.

  39. Education

    Classroom Catalysts: Inventive Teachers Ignite Self-Guided Learning

    10/10/2014

    Dave Ferraro, the Foundation's senior program officer for education, writes that teachers with practical experience and willingness to explore are especially motivating to future entrepreneurs and innovators.

  40. Science & Technology

    Paul Allen’s Marine Giving Takes Shape Amid a Growing Ocean Push by Billionaire Funders

    9/26/2014 : Inside Philanthropy

    Paul Allen has really been shaking up his philanthropy lately, and one of his foundation’s exciting new programs is for ocean health.

  41. Education

    Teach for the Planet Challenge Seeks to Promote Teaching for Sustainability

    9/23/2014

    The Foundation and DonorsChoose.org are unveiling the Teach for the Planet Challenge to support innovative environmental and sustainability classroom projects from entrepreneurial teachers.

  42. Ebola

    Paul Allen's Big Moment: What's Behind His Surprising Leadership on Ebola?

    9/22/2014 : Inside Philanthropy

    Paul Allen, a major player in Seattle philanthropy, has responded decisively and quickly to the Ebola outbreak.

  43. Ebola

    Seahawks Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll Support Tackle Ebola

    9/21/2014

    Seahawks Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll joined the effort to Tackle Ebola.

  44. Ebola

    MLS Stars Support Tackle Ebola Campaign

    9/20/2014

    MLS stars Obafemi Martins, Djimi Traoré and Darlington Nagbe are supporting the #TackleEbola effort.

  45. Ebola

    Tackle Ebola Campaign Adds Two Partnerships to Efforts to Contain Outbreak

    9/18/2014

    Two additional partnerships with Medical Teams International and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières are being launched as part of its comprehensive relief campaign to tackle the Ebola epidemic.

  46. Ebola

    Paul G. Allen Backs Two New Initiatives in the Fight Against the Ebola Virus

    9/15/2014

    Two new initiatives to fight Ebola raise Paul G. Allen's initial commitment to fighting the disease to more than $20 million.

  47. Ebola

    Matching Grant Through Global Giving Makes an Impact

    9/12/2014

    The matching grant campaign through Global Giving raised more than $200,000 in four days.

  48. Ebola

    It's Time To Tackle Ebola

    9/11/2014

    The time is now to #TackleEbola and halt its spread. Paul G. Allen and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation have given $9 million to stop the outbreak.

  49. Science & Technology

    Supporting the Sea Around Us to Preserve Ocean Health and Fish

    8/20/2014

    The latest grant from The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation's aims at improving data for global fisheries.

  50. [UPDATE] THE EBOLA OUTBREAK IN WEST AFRICA: NOW IS THE TIME TO HELP

    8/14/2014

    Ebola is spreading quickly across West Africa and we hope you'll join us in the fight.

  51. Education

    STEM EDUCATION RELIES ON INNOVATION FROM ALL DISCIPLINES

    7/11/2014

    Allen Distinguished Educator and Inglemoor High School teacher, Mike Wierusz, speaks on STEM education, national education and the role all disciplines take in innovation.

  52. FOLLOW THE GREAT ELEPHANT CENSUS PROJECT

    4/24/2014

    The Great Elephant Census is underway. Track the project through its website and social media.

  53. Arts & Culture

    MUSEUMS PLAN EXHIBITION OF MASTERPIECES DRAWN FROM PAUL G. ALLEN FAMILY COLLECTION

    4/23/2014

    The Seattle Art Museum and the Portland Art Museum plan a major exhibition exploring the evolution of landscape painting through works from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection.

  54. Education

    PRESERVING FORESTS IS KEY TO MAINTAINNG WILDLIFE AND ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE

    4/22/2014

    Preserving forest areas is a key part of maintaining wildlife and addressing climate change.

  55. Financial Empowerment

    SEATTLE OPENS FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT CENTERS

    4/14/2014

    Representatives from the Foundation and Seattle City officials gathered in mid-April for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Seattle's seven new Financial Empowerment Centers.

  56. NEW GRANTS FOR GROUNDBREAKING HUMAN CELL LINEAGE RESEARCH

    4/11/2014

    The Foundation will award grants to three groups of researchers working in the field of cell lineage.

  57. Distinguished Educators

    Education In Engineering Design as Means to Sustainable Development

    3/31/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educator Mike Wierusz of Bothell, Washington.

  58. Distinguished Educators

    Explorers Finding Passion and Inspiration Through Experience

    3/31/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educator Gever Tulley of Brightworks School in San Francisco.

  59. Distinguished Educators

    The Product Design Mindset to Change Education

    3/31/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educator Glenn Corey from Novato High School.

  60. Distinguished Educators

    Creating Entrepreneurial Innovators

    3/31/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educator Regan Drew from Riverpoint Academy in Spokane.

  61. Distinguished Educators

    Respect and Guidance in Building Self-Directed Learners

    3/31/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educator Scott Swaaley from High Tech High in San Diego

  62. Distinguished Educators

    Inspiring Engineering Students in Urban School Environment

    3/31/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educators Israel Hernandez of Roosevelt High School.

  63. Financial Empowerment

    Integrating Efforts Aimed at Disrupting Poverty Can Lead to Greater Success, Report Finds

    3/24/2014

    A review of six programs focused on disrupting poverty by building financial security found that integrating efforts has great value.

  64. Education

    Engineer Transforming Engineering Curriculum

    3/14/2014

    2014 Allen Distinguished Educator Amir Abo-Shaeer from Dos Pueblos High School.

  65. Arts & Culture

    Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Vice President Susan Coliton to Resign

    3/14/2014

    The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation announced that long-time Vice President Sue Coliton is leaving her role.

  66. Arts & Culture

    VIEWPOINT: CULTURAL ACCESS BILL WOULD ENRICH STATE

    3/7/2014 : Puget Sound Business Journal

    Sue Coliton, the Foundation's vice president, on how proposed legislation could give communities the ability to provide families more access to local arts, science and heritage activities, regardless of income or social status.

  67. Investigators & Fellows

    Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to Support Bold Artificial Intelligence Researchers

    3/5/2014

    The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation announced a call for proposals for the next round of funding under the Allen Distinguished Investigators (ADI) program

  68. Distinguished Educators

    Inglemoor Teacher Recognized for ‘Hands-On, Brain-On’ Classes

    2/19/2014 : The Northlake News

    Inglemoor High School teacher Mike Wierusz was one of seven teachers on the West Coast chosen as an Allen Distinguished Educator.

  69. Financial Empowerment

    Community Action Partnership receives large grant from Paul G. Allen Family Foundation

    2/18/2014 : KLEW-TV, Lewiston

    The Community Action Partnership in Lewiston, Idaho, received a $150,000 grant from the Foundation.

  70. Distinguished Educators

    Customized Skittles? Award honors teachers who break the mold

    2/11/2014 : Seattle Times

    A Seattle Times profile of the 2014 Allen Distinguished Educators.

  71. Distinguished Educators

    Bay Area teachers win Allen Foundation awards

    2/5/2014 : San Francisco Chronicle

    Bay Area teachers win Allen Foundation awards.

  72. Arts & Culture

    Allen Foundation Awards $465,000 to Alaska Groups

    2/5/2014 : Anchorage Daily News

    Several Alaska non-profit groups were awarded Foundation grants to support the arts across the region.

  73. Education

    Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Launches Allen Distinguished Educators Program

    2/5/2014

    The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation announces the launch of a new program, Allen Distinguished Educators

  74. Education

    Allen Distinguished Educator Program Announced

    2/5/2014

    The Allen Distinguished Educator program demonstrates the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation’s commitment to education, focusing on reinventing the classroom for the 21st century.

  75. Lisa Daugaard, The Defender Association, Seattle, WA

    12/10/2013

    Daugaard created the Law Enforcement Diversion Program (LEAD) to give police officers another option before booking low-level drug or prostitution offenders into jail.

  76. Merris Sumrall, The Library Foundation, Multnomah County, Oregon

    12/10/2013

    Merris Sumrall, CEO of The Library Foundation, saw a problem with a solution. She set her sights on mobilizing a small non-profit, and a huge community of library supporters, for an effort that some advisors and opinion-leaders said was not possible.

  77. Pierce County Library, Tacoma, WA

    12/10/2013

    In the face of a projected $3 million budget shortfall and diminishing tax revenues for several more years, this organization was committed to ensuring the customer experience wasn't compromised.

  78. ReUse Works, Bellingham, WA

    12/10/2013

    ReUse Works has developed a unique strategy to provide jobs and job training for low income workers at no cost to the community.

  79. The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Names 2013 Creative Leadership Awardees

    12/10/2013

    Recipients recognized with $50,000 awards for bold leadership in Pacific Northwest

  80. Science & Technology

    The Paul G. Allen Foundation Drives Major Traumatic Brain Injury Study Forward With $2.37MM Grant

    11/21/2013

    First-of-its-kind research initiative, led by researchers at the University of Washington and the Allen Institute for Brain Science, to investigate unknowns of Traumatic Brain Injuries.

  81. Education

    2 Seattle middle schools focus on attendance, see scores climb

    11/21/2013 : SEATTLE TIMES

    Missing just a few days of class in sixth grade can predict whether you’ll graduate from high school. That research powers a national anti-dropout effort that’s making a difference at Seattle’s Aki Kurose and Denny International middle schools.

  82. Science & Technology

    Hawks owner Paul Allen funds research into brain injuries

    11/20/2013 : Sandi Doughton

    Billionaire’s long-standing interest in neuroscience intersects with the current focus on head injuries to athletes and soldiers.

  83. Financial Empowerment

    New Program Offers Financial Counseling to Those in Need

    11/14/2013 : NPR

    Learning how to budget and save is something everyone can benefit from, even people who barely have a penny to their name.

  84. Financial Empowerment

    Foundation Gives $1.8M to Seattle to Launch First Financial Empowerment Center Program on West Coast

    11/13/2013

    Six new centers to be based on promising concept proven to alleviate poverty, build up residents’ financial stability and create options

  85. How to Save Coral Reefs from Climate Change: Genetic Manipulation

    10/16/2013 : David Biello

    “similar to the genetic selection of animals and plants, coral reef organisms could be genetically selected to boost their resilience to environmental stress.” - Ruth Gates

  86. Science & Technology

    The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Names Winner of Inaugural Ocean Challenge

    10/15/2013

    Public contest generated promising ideas to help mitigate ocean acidification, improve ocean health

  87. Arts & Culture

    Paul Allen gives $3 million to Oregon Shakespeare Festival

    10/14/2013 : David Stabler

    One of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's biggest donors has given $3 million to the Ashland festival, resulting in the streamlining of names for the outdoor theater.

  88. Science & Technology

    Foundation Awards $1.5M to Fund University of Washington's Brain-Computer-Spinal-Interface Project

    9/24/2013

    Cutting-edge system, led by three leading researchers, aims to restore movement to otherwise paralyzed arms, hands of patients

  89. Investigators & Fellows

    A Brain-Computer Interface to Reanimate the Limbs Following Spinal Injury

    9/24/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Chet Moritz and Team

  90. Investigators & Fellows

    Redefining Botswana lymphoma characterization, assessment, and treatment in Botswana

    9/17/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Bruce Chabner

  91. Arts & Culture

    More Native authors coming to Montana Public Radio, thanks to grant

    8/11/2013 : Martin Kidston

    Native American authors will get more time on Montana Public Radio discussing their work thanks to a grant awarded to the station by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundations.

  92. Investigators & Fellows

    Analysis of Positively Selected Genetic Changes Unique to Modern Humans

    8/5/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Savante Paabo

  93. Investigators & Fellows

    Genetic Mutation of HARs and Human Neurocognition

    8/5/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Evan Eichler

  94. Investigators & Fellows

    Molecular and genetic analysis of human brain evolution

    8/5/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Christopher Walsh

  95. Science & Technology

    The Foundation’s New $6.87M Grant Cycle Lends Strong Support to Scientific Research

    8/5/2013

    49 Grants Awarded to Nonprofit Organizations Will Impact More Than 800,000 Individuals

  96. Investigators & Fellows

    Newest Allen Distinguished Investigators Set Out to Unlock Fundamental Questions in Biology

    2/28/2013

    Paul G. Allen Family Foundation awards nearly $7.5 million to fund five cutting-edge research projects

  97. Investigators & Fellows

    Microbial Studies of Cellular Decision-making

    2/28/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Jeff Gore

  98. Investigators & Fellows

    Cell-Size Control and its Evolution at the Single-Cell Level

    2/28/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Suckjoon Jun

  99. Investigators & Fellows

    Untangling the Wires

    2/28/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Hana El-Samad

  100. Investigators & Fellows

    Crowd Computing with Bacteria: Balancing Phenotypic Diversity and Coordinated Behavior

    2/28/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Thierry Emonet + Team

  101. Investigators & Fellows

    Towards Whole-Cell Models of Higher Organisms

    2/28/2013

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Markus Covert

  102. Libraries

    The Future of Librarians in an EBook World

    2/4/2013 : Sarah Goodyear

    While the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation is funding tech initiatives such as a smartphone app for the Washington State Library, the focus on the human element is key, according to Sue Coliton, the foundation’s vice president.

  103. Libraries

    Grant gets film rolling at library

    2/2/2013 : Alfred Diaz

    The program will focus on teaching teens how to produce video projects.

  104. Financial Empowerment

    Study: Nearly Half In U.S. Lack Financial Safety Net

    1/30/2013 : Pam Fessler

    Nearly 44 percent of Americans don't have enough savings or other liquid assets to stay out of poverty for more than three months if they lose their income, according to the Corporation for Enterprise Development.

  105. Libraries

    Paul G. Allen Family Foundation supports libraries in latest $6.9 million grant cycle

    1/29/2013

    Foundation’s founders pay tribute to parents’ passion for libraries and reading in new round of giving.

  106. Sandra Jackson-Dumont, Deputy Director of Education & Public Programs of Seattle Art Museum

    10/29/2012

    Sandra Jackson-Dumont, who came to the Seattle Art Museum in 2006, is regarded as a bold, original curator of participatory art experiences for people of all ages.

  107. Deidre Holmberg, Principal at Delta High School

    10/29/2012

    Deidre successfully coordinates and nurtures the challenging and sometimes conflicting agendas of these 3 school districts, while at the same time building relationships to ensure that Delta HS students have experiential opportunities in the field.

  108. Portland YouthBuilders

    10/29/2012

    In the midst of a downturn in the construction industry and in a state with one of the highest unemployment rates in the country, Portland YouthBuilders has positioned itself to weather the economic headwinds and benefit when the economy improves.

  109. Literary Arts (Portland, Oregon)

    10/29/2012

    Literary Arts has thrived amidst the economic downturn by focusing on mission alignment across all of its programs and reinventing itself as a community literary center.

  110. Investigators & Fellows

    Progress Toward Understanding Visual-Motor Transformation in the Brain

    11/18/2010

    2010 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. Michael Dickinson

  111. Investigators & Fellows

    How the Brain Increases in Fitness

    11/18/2010

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. Christof Koch

  112. Investigators & Fellows

    Finding the Neural Basis for Aggressive Behavior

    11/18/2010

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. David J. Anderson

  113. Investigators & Fellows

    Understanding Neural Activity in the Brain

    11/18/2010

    2013 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. Ed Boyden

  114. Investigators & Fellows

    Sequencing the Connectome: Determining the Brain's Wiring Diagram

    11/18/2010

    2010 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. Anthony Zador

  115. Investigators & Fellows

    Using Plant Hormones to Program Multicelled Systems

    11/18/2010

    2010 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. Jennifer Nemhauser and Eric Klavins

  116. Investigators & Fellows

    Patterns of Neural Dynamics

    11/18/2010

    2010 Allen Distinguished Investigators - Dr. Mark Schnitzer

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