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The microbiology of the Built Environment network (aka microBEnet) is a project funded by a grant from Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Program on the Indoor Environment to Jonathan A. Eisen at the University of California, Davis. The main goals of the microBEnet project are to:

1. Catalyze communication and collaboration among researchers funded in the Sloan Program on the Indoor Environment.
2. Reach out to researchers in related fields (e.g., microbial ecology, building sciences) and provide them with resources that would help them begin to study microbiology of the built environment.
3. Provide outreach to “stakeholders” outside of these fields (e.g., the general public, funding agency representatives, government staffers)

A key collaborator on the project is Hal Levin at the Building Ecology Research Group.
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