Frontiers in Microbiology is a multidisciplinary open-access journal that covers the entire spectrum of microbiology. The journal disseminates and communicates scientific knowledge and discoveries to researchers, academics and the public worldwide
C-DEBI's mission is to explore life beneath the seafloor and make transformative discoveries that advance science, benefit society, and inspire people of all ages and origins.
AUFF's objective is to support scientific research at Aarhus University. It awards grants to research projects and larger multi-year projects and initiatives that strengthen research at Aarhus University. The foundation owns and runs the Sandbjerg Manor.
The Carlsberg Foundation's most important objectives is to support outstanding basic research "in the knowledge that it often produces ground-breaking results that, in time, pave the way for innovation and product development, the establishment of new companies, growth, jobs, and social value and prosperity."
The Betty and Gordon Moore Foundation's mission is "to create positive outcomes for future generations". The foundation fosters "path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements and preservation of the special character of the San Francisco Bay Area".
At the Department of Biology the research "spans over all biological levels from genes, physiological processes, individuals, populations and species to entire ecosystems".