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FQXi Mini-Grant Winners

Display Mini-Grant winners from:
SPRING 2019

Awardee   Institution Value   Project Title
Daniel Sudarsky Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico $2,300 Studies on Entropy and the status of "Conservation laws"
Catalina Curceanu LNF-INFN $2,600 Mini-workshop: Experimental and theoretical inquiries of the intelligence and agency in plants (as prototype of non-human biological systems)
Samuel Colin Theiss Research $2,625 Research visit to the CBPF and UERJ (Rio de Janeiro)
Adrian Kent University of Cambridge $3,500 Consciousness Colloquia
Sara Imari Walker Arizona State University $5,000 Physics of Math
Guido Bacciagaluppi Utrecht University $6,000 Prospects for Relativistic Collapse
Eugenio Bianchi Penn State University $6,000 Agency in isolated quantum systems
Steven Gratton University of Cambridge $7,000 "The Future of Science" Conference
Wayne C. Myrvold The University of Western Ontario $8,000 John Bell Institute program support
Naotsugu Tsuchiya Monash University $8,050 Intelligence and consciousness in the physical world
 
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