Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation


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Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation,

private philanthropic organization established in 2000 by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel Corp., and his wife Betty. The foundation funds projects in science and environmental conservation as well as programs in and around San Francisco, where it is based. The majority of its grants are grouped in what the foundation calls initiatives: large-scale, multiyear projects focused on specific issues and intended to achieve significant, measurable, and lasting results.
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Sasha Abrams recently was appointed general counsel and secretary to the board at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which was set up by Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel, and his wife.
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Serving as the architect of the acquisition, Sonoma Land Trust secured funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the California Coastal Conservancy, as well as the District, whose contribution of USD 1.
Funded by the university's Institute on the Environment and supported by a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Ensia program is a media platform which includes a print and online magazine and events showcasing solutions to Earth's biggest environmental challenges.
In addition, adults have the opportunity to help inspire future scientists by participating in the Science Play and Research Kit (SPARK): Reimagining the 21st Century Chemistry Set competition, sponsored by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
This research was funded by NASA, the National Science Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, InterRidge, and the Natural Environment Research Council (United Kingdom).
3m, granted in half by the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, while a quarter of Wikidata's initial funding is donated by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation through its Science program.
the philanthropic arm of the Internet giant, and $600,000 from the San Francisco-based Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which provides grants for projects on environmental research and science.
In August the hugely ambitious Thirty Meter Telescope Project received another $15 million from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, in addition to the $35 million the foundation gave previously.
Funded by a grant the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, 3CS provides the Caltech chemistry department with automated and parallel experimentation capabilities.