The IDT Sustainability Award Program is part of IDT's ongoing commitment to science advocacy and sustainability. Our competitive award provides funding and recognition for innovative research projects that have the potential to make a global impact.
The IDT 2017 Sustainability Award provides $50,000 in funding for novel research projects that have the potential to impact worldwide biodiversity. The winning projects represent a broad array of studies that rely on IDT's nucleic acid products in key genomic applications of Next generation sequencing, CRISPR, and Synthetic biology.
Earning the top prize of $25,000 in IDT product credit are Marlis R Douglas (left),
Receiving $18,000 in IDT product credit is Angel Fernandez
Receiving $10,000 in IDT product credit are Jaymin Patel and Farren Isaacs (left), PhD at Yale University