Discover upcoming research grants.
Due: Dec 18, 2023
This grant aims to accelerate the development of thin-film solar technologies, including perovskite PV and CdTe PV, in order to enhance competitiveness and foster domestic manufacturing in the United States.
Funds research on Sun's energy generation, transport to Earth, impacts on space weather, and their effects on the terrestrial environment.
Due: Jan 12, 2024
Grant supports development of solar fuel production and thermal energy storage to advance clean energy and combat climate change.
Due: Oct 7, 2024
Solar research program supporting understanding of how energy from the Sun is produced and transported to Earth. Find more information at: http://www.shinecon.org
Develop revolutionary optical detectors below the quantum shot noise limit - DARPA seeks innovative research proposals for compact detectors (INSPIRED).
Supports research on magnetized plasma envelope of outer atmosphere: solar wind energization, geomagnetic storms, ionospheric sources, electric fields, magnetosphere-ionosphere-atmosphere coupling, natural plasma waves/instabilities, ground-based observation & geospace-oriented lab experiments.
Due: Mar 29, 2024
ROSES 2023: C.12 Planetary Instrument Concepts for the Advancement of Solar System Observations is a grant program with no specific due date, allowing continuous submission of proposals for research and technology in space and Earth sciences, with most awards being grants for a period of three years.
The Electrochemical Systems program supports research on innovative processes involving electrochemistry or photochemistry for sustainable production of electricity, fuels, and chemicals with a focus on scalability, environmental impact, and use of renewable resources.
The Biophotonics program aims to explore photonics principles, engineering, and technology for medical, biological, and biotechnological applications, with a focus on low-cost and minimally invasive diagnostics and therapies, including areas such as deep tissue imaging, macromolecule markers, optical sensing, neurophotonics, nanophotonics, and optogenetics.
The Nanoscale Interactions program seeks to support research investigating the interactions of nanomaterials and nanosystems with biological and environmental media, with a focus on nanoscale behavior and quantum phenomena.