BrightFocus announces recipients of 2015 research program grants BrightFocus Foundation, which funds analysis worldwide on Alzheimer's disease, glaucoma, and macular degeneration, today announced that its 2015 analysis program grants have already been awarded to 58 scientists in 20 states and 7 foreign countries. Part of an $11 million research purchase, the grants reflect the biggest annual research funding in the base's history. ‘When 1 in 16 Americans over age 40 has at least among these diseases, the necessity to support research has never been more urgent,’ said BrightFocus President and CEO Stacy Haller.The mass-resolved recognition has yet another advantage: it discriminates between the numerous aggregates created in the beam, isolating them in various mass stations. These results are compared with the calculations performed on the machine then, allowing for the precise determination of the structure of the aggregates. ‘Nevertheless, the experiments demonstrate that only two [conformations] are steady for the dimer and three for the complex containing water.’ Despite the small size and simplified nature of the operational program studied, the outcomes obtained by this process provide an accurate simulation of experimental observations, and are an important step towards understanding the countless interactions that propofol experiences when injected into a living being..