Agency or organization that funded the research on which a work was based.
A few example organizations are the Wellcome Trust, NIH, HHS, Princeton University, or sometimes a corporation such as Alcoa sponsoring the research on which a document was based.
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Any combination of:
... <article-meta> ... <kwd-group kwd-group-type="author">...</kwd-group> <funding-group> <funding-statement>L.S.Y. is the recipient of a <award-id id="MBS" award-type="scholarship">Martha Becker Scholarship Award</award-id> from the <funding-source rid="MBS">Alzheimer & Dementia Foundation</funding-source>. This work was also supported by a grant from the <funding-source id="IOA">Institute on Aging</funding-source> (grant no. <award-id rid="IOA" award-type="grant">634-TL-88953</award-id>), and <funding-source id="NIDE">National Institute for Diseases of the Elderly</funding-source> contract no. <award-id rid="NIDE" award-type="contract">GCB-792-55648</award-id> (H.S.C.).</funding-statement> <open-access> <p>Page charge payment having partially discharged this article’s publication costs, this article is designated as an “advertisement” under 18 U.S.C. section 1734.</p> </open-access> </funding-group> </article-meta> ...