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Wikipedia Description: Carnegie Institution for Science
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The Carnegie Institution for Science (also called the Carnegie Institution of Washington (CIW)) is a organization established to support scientific research.
Today the CIW directs its efforts in six main areas: plant molecular biology at the Department of Plant Biology (Stanford, CA), developmental biology at the Department of Embryology (Baltimore, MD), global ecology at the Department of Global Ecology (Stanford, CA), earth science, materials science, and astrobiology at the Geophysical Laboratory (Washington, DC); earth and planetary sciences as well as astronomy at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (Washington, DC), and astronomy (at the Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington (OCIW; Pasadena, CA and Las Campanas, Chile)).
"It is proposed to found in the city of Washington, an institution which...shall in the broadest and most liberal manner encourage investigation, research, and discovery [and] show the application of knowledge to the improvement of mankind..." —Andrew Carnegie, January 28, 1902
The Carnegie Institution was founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1902. Its first president was Daniel Coit Gilman, founder of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine . One of the first grant recipients was George Hale in 1904.
Beginning in 1895, Andrew Carnegie donated his vast fortune to establish 23 organizations around the world that today bear his name and carry on work in fields as diverse as art, education, international affairs, peace, and scientific research. (See Andrew Carnegie's 23 Organizations). The organizations are independent entities and are related by name only.
In 2007, the institution adopted the name "Carnegie Institution for Science" to better distinguish it from the other organizations established by and named for Andrew Carnegie. The new name closely associates the words “Carnegie” and “sci ...More...
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