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|National Science Foundation (NSF)||Main NSF site; search capability embedded in "Funding" section|
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|NSF Find Funding||A-Z index of opportunities and keyword search|
|NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)||NSF fellowship based on demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering|
|NSF Update||Formerly MyNSF; subscription service to content categories including upcoming due dates for funding opportunities|
|NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowships||Search for postdoc research fellowships|
|SBIR/STTR||Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer|
American Heart Association (AHA) and Children’s Heart Foundation (CHF) Congenital Heart Disease Research Awards
AHA will match CHF funds.
|Applications due throughout January and July of each year.
Submission info TBA.
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program - BIO, CISE, OHR||Multiple awards: amount varies over 5 years||Submission due
July 19, 2017
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program - ENG||Multiple awards: amount varies over 5 years||Submission due
July 20, 2017
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program - GEO, MPS, SBE||Multiple awards: amount varies over 5 years||Submission due
July 21, 2017
|Funding opportunities available for late postdoctoral investigators and new faculty, usually those at or below the rank of Assistant Professor.||Total $ varies||Deadlines vary|
|NSF Sustainable Chemistry, Engineering, and Materials (SusChEM) Funding Opportunity
In FY 2016, the participating divisions are Chemistry (CHE); Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems (CBET); Materials Research (DMR); Earth Sciences (EAR); and the Materials Engineering and Processing program in the Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI).
Please visit the NSF SusChEM page for details on award amounts, priorities, restrictions and submission deadlines.
|NSF Investments in Understanding the Brain - International Collaboration Opportunities
In an effort to enable scientific understanding of the full complexity of the brain through targeted, cross-disciplinary investments in research, technology, and workforce development, NSF is participating in the multi-agency BRAIN Initiative and promoting international scientific cooperation between scientists and engineers from a range of disciplines and organizations.
Please see existing international programs and mechanisms available for U.S. researchers working in areas of brain research and technology development.
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