Private Funding Has a New Agenda for Research

August 17, 2018 Anna Ehler

In a highly competitive environment for government grants, learn why powerful private organizations like the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative are poised to have an impact.  In this episode of the Wiley Society Podcast, Katja Brose, CZI Science Program Officer, shares CZI’s mission and how she sees private foundations playing a role in research communication.

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