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Twelve to Deploy World’s First Industrial-Scale Carbon Transformation Platform
Twelve raised $130 million in Series B funding to accelerate its industrial-scale carbon transformation technology for creating products with a lower carbon footprint.
Stephen Quake Named New Head of Science at CZI
CZI announced that acclaimed scientist Stephen Quake will be CZI’s new Head of Science.
Supercharging Plants and Soils to Remove Carbon from the Atmosphere
CZI supports carbon removal research at the Innovative Genomics Institute
Watch: Building Tools to Accelerate Science with Medscape’s Dr. Eric Topol
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan discuss CZI’s work in science, including our 10-year vision to measure human biology in action with physician-scientist, author and editor Dr. Eric Topol.
CZI Invests in Promising Climate Change Solutions
CZI supports organizations that are advancing promising climate change solutions, including carbon dioxide removal.
CZI Launches Science Diversity Leadership Program to Support Outstanding Science Faculty
CZI and National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine launch the Science Diversity Leadership Program to recognize the accomplishments of outstanding science faculty.
Listen: Discussing the Future of Science Technology with Neuroscientist Edward Boyden
Neuroscientist Edward Boyden, Mark Zuckerberg, and Priscilla Chan discuss the future of biomedical science, including imaging, technology development, and artificial intelligence.
CZI Announces New Effort to Develop Science and Tech to Measure Human Biology in Action
Dr. Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg announced that they are doubling down on their commitment to accelerating biomedical science and advancing human health.
CZI Awards Over $5M to Advance Technologies and Expand Global Access to Bioimaging
CZI announces more than $5 million to advance bioimaging technologies, increase access to these tools, and build capacity for biomedical researchers.
CZI Awards $13 Million to Patient-Led Organizations Advancing Rare Disease Research
CZI announced $13 million in funding for 40 patient-led, rare disease advocacy organizations working alongside researchers and clinicians.
CZI Awards $10M to Breakthrough Energy Fellows and $23M to Advance Carbon Dioxide Removal
CZI announced funding for the Breakthrough Energy Fellows — entrepreneurs and researchers who will work to develop and scale the most promising decarbonization technologies.
CarbonBuilt Closes $10 Million Series A Financing
CarbonBuilt has raised $10 million in Series A funding to expand its team, further enhance its ReversaTM technology, and develop its first commercial projects.
Betting Big on Science and Technology
Editor’s Note: This release has been updated as of 12/17/21. Dr. Priscilla Chan, co-founder and co-CEO of the Chan...
CZI Awards $16 Million for Foundational Open Source Software Tools Essential to Biomedicine
Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced $11.1 million in funding for open source software projects that are...
SciDev.Net: Why Sharing Bioimaging Tech is Crucial to Global Health
This piece was published by SciDev.Net on June 15, 2021. Progress in human health comes in many forms. We learn more about...
CZI Awards $28 Million for Visual Proteomics and Announces New Funding Opportunity for Software... CZI Awards $28 Million for Visual Proteomics and Announces New Funding Opportunity for Software Development
Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced nearly $28 million in grants to support technology developments that...
New Sharon Begley-STAT Science Reporting Fellowship Aims to Increase Racial and Ethnic Diversity... New Sharon Begley-STAT Science Reporting Fellowship Aims to Increase Racial and Ethnic Diversity Among Next Generatio...
STAT, the nation’s leading health, science, and medicine publication, and the Knight Science Journalism Program at the...
STAT: Use Single-Cell Biology to Shed Light on Pediatric Diseases Currently in the Dark
This piece was published in STAT on May 24, 2021. There are few things harder for a physician to say to a patient than “I...