Agency or organization (such as a foundation, corporation, or an educational institution) 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 for a journal article
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Any combination of:
... <article-meta> ... <funding-group> <award-group id="gs1" > <funding-source>National Institutes of Health</funding-source> <award-id>GM18458</award-id> </award-group> <award-group id="gs2"> <funding-source>National Science Foundation</funding-source> <award-id>DMS-0204674</award-id> <award-id>DMS-0244638</award-id> </award-group> </funding-group> </article-meta> ...