We are searching for research partners interested in collaborative grant proposals for projects that utilize agriculture products with reduced Carbon-14 content. Also see our research interests for potential joint research projects. Potential projects could include animal or human cell lines grown in culture, or animals, utilizing nutrients developed with reduced Carbon-14 content. Full genome and/or targeted screen sequencing could be used to quantify reduced DNA damage over time and cancer markers could be analyzed to quantify incident rates against variable Carbon-14 content levels. The physical effects of Carbon-14 decay on DNA could be quantified and the effectiveness of cellular defense mechanisms analyzed. Please contact us with your suggestions for a collaborative grant proposal or joint research project.