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C Questionnaire to Lead Principal Investigators of NPGI Grants a. Indicate the numbers of students and postdocs who have been directly or partially supported in your lab by NPGI. Please DO NOT use their names, but list them as undergrad 1, undergrad 2, grad student 1, postdoc 1, etc. For each individual, please also indicate in what sector (industry, academia, government, other) they now hold positions, if known, and whether these positions are in the U.S. or abroad. Note: If you don’t know where they are now, please answer “don’t know.” For those who are still in your lab, write “still in my lab.” b. In 5 short bullet points, identify the 5 most important contributions you and your group have made to the goals of NPGI using your NPGI funding. c. In a concise bulleted list, identify how those contributions are documented (e.g. either as a publication, please cite, or a Web resource, a genome sequence or other-please describe “other”). d. List ALL your publications that cite NPGI support. e. Identify explicit examples of your interaction with industry or breeders in terms of translating basic research into eventual applied agricultural value. f. Identify how these interactions are documented. g. List up to 5 Websites or Web resources that you use the most for your NPGI research. 135