McDonnell Foundation awards $14.5 million in science grants

The James S. McDonnell Foundation has awarded $14.5 million in grants to various colleges across the country to support science and technology initiatives, according to a release published Wednesday.

The grants are aimed at improving research capabilities in studying complex systems, human cognition and mathematical approaches to brain cancer.

The awards were spread out over 20 recipients, with the largest going to the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom — $2.4 million over four years to study brain rhythms in cognition.

Other recipients included:


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