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Central support for the NaukaNet (formerly NaukaNet) program is being supplied by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Ministry for Science and Technology of the Russian Federation (MinSci). The NSF grant is funded under the Advanced Networking Infrastructure and Research (ANIR) Division and under the High Performance International Internet Services Program (HPIIS).

The NaukaNet team expresses its gratitude to the NSF and MinSci sponsors and, in particular, to NSF program officer Steve Goldstein whose efforts over the years have contributed heavily to the Internet's evolution into a global network.

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