Discover upcoming research grants.
Due: Jan 2, 2024
Partnerships for Innovation program supports researchers to translate their NSF-funded research into marketable innovations through collaborations, technology development, and commercialization efforts, with the goals of societal benefit, expanding industry partnerships, and fostering innovation leaders. (197 characters)
The Innovation program funds research to create new or improved tools for biological research, with a focus on bioinformatics, instrumentation, and research methods. The goal is to enhance scientists' ability to analyze, manipulate, and measure biological systems to address important research questions. Proposals can develop new infrastructure, redesign existing infrastructure, or adapt existing infrastructure in innovative ways. The projects should have broad applications and be used by multiple research teams.
Due: May 16, 2024
This grant aims to support institutions of higher education in building partnerships to advance innovation in various key technologies, with a focus on increasing participation from minority-serving institutions, predominantly undergraduate institutions, and two-year colleges.
Due: Feb 1, 2024
"Advancing cybersecurity in scientific collaboration and data protection to enhance scientific discovery and innovation across cyberinfrastructure."
Due: Jan 24, 2024
Supporting early-stage research in emerging technologies for teaching and learning in authentic educational environments, RITEL aims to enhance learning outcomes through innovative technologies such as AI, robotics, and immersive technologies, across various learning contexts and diverse learner populations.
Due: Mar 26, 2024
Grant focuses on stimulating technological innovation & commercialization among small businesses through research & development, technology transfer, fostering economic benefits.
Due: Oct 29, 2024
Revolutionary research ideas sought for I2O Office-wide grant, excluding ongoing programs or published solicitations. Mindful of duplication.
Due: Jan 18, 2024
The Broadening Participation in Computing program aims to increase diversity in computing by supporting comprehensive programs, innovative projects, and supplements to engage underrepresented groups throughout all stages of the academic pipeline.
Due: Oct 29, 2024
Get funding for organizations to provide advanced computing resources and ensure fair access for computational and data-intensive research in science and engineering, including capacity resources and innovative prototypes/testbeds, in coordination with the "Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support" program.