||Prestigious Hertz Foundation 2017 Fellows Announced
The Most Selective Fellowship Program in the Country Supports Brilliant, Disruptive Minds in Science, Engineering and Mathematics for a Full Five Years of Research Freedom
||The Journey to Innovation
This blog post is the first part of a new series in which Hertz Fellows share their experiences.
||The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Names Tony Pan and Max Mankin 2016 Strauss Award Winners
Pan and Mankin’s Company, Modern Electron, Aims to Revolutionize Electric Power Generation
||The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Celebrates 60 Years of Enabling Freedom of American Research and Innovation
For over half a century, Hertz Foundation identifies and supports PhD students on their path to life-changing discoveries.
||Genetically Engineered Mice Could Fight Lyme Disease Off Cape Cod
In a previous article on Kevin’s research, "Directed Evolution Drives Hertz Fellow Kevin Esvelt to Find Solutions to Vector-borne and Parasitic Diseases", this article is a follow-up on Kevin’s progress of real-world application of using CRISPR and his public policy outreach on open-community driven science with the community of Nantucket Island, in order to help find a solution to nearly eliminating their Lyme disease problem.