Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation is an American foundation established by Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore and his wife Betty I. Moore in September 2000 to support scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements and preservation of the character of the Bay Area.
|Founder||Gordon E. Moore and Betty I. Moore|
San Francisco Bay Area
|Harvey V. Fineberg, President|
|$315 million (annual, 2016)|
As outlined in the Statement of Founder's Intent, the foundation's aim is to tackle large, important issues at a scale where it can achieve significant and measurable impacts.
- All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN)
- Event Horizon Telescope (EHT)
- South Pole Telescope (SPT)
- W. M. Keck Observatory
- BICEP and Keck Array
- Center for Ocean Solutions
- Community Cyberinfrastructure for Advanced Marine Microbial Ecology Research and Analysis
- Global Ocean Sampling Expedition
- Julia (programming language)
- Data Carpentry
- NumPy Python Package
- Numba Python Package
- Dask Python Package
- R Consortium in support of R programming language projects
- UC Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS)
- NYU Center for Data Science
- UW eScience Institute
Other (standalone) ProjectsEdit
- About Us: Financial Information Archived 2013-08-27 at the Wayback Machine
- "Statement of Founders' Intent".
- "Home - Center for Ocean Solutions". oceansolutions.stanford.edu.
- "$6M for UC Berkeley and Cal Poly to expand and enhance open-source software for scientific computing and data science". Retrieved 13 August 2015.
- "Bringing Julia from beta to 1.0 to support data-intensive, scientific computing". www.moore.org. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
- "Data Carpentry". Data Carpentry.
- "Moore-Sloan Data Science Environments". MSDSE.
- "Berkeley Institute for Data Science". Berkeley Institute for Data Science.
- "Center for Data Science - New York University". NYU Center for Data Science.
- Howe, Bill. "Home". eScience Institute.
- "ASAPbio – Accelerating Science and Publication in Biology". ASAPbio.