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|Grant Forward||Grant Forward is a free online tool for faculty to find funding opportunities for federal, state, industry, and foundations. To set up your Grant Forward profile:
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|National Science Foundation (NSF)||Main NSF site; search capability embedded in "Funding" section|
|NSF Active Funding Opportunities||Active NSF opportunities listed by submission deadline date|
|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|
|Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) National Priority Research Program (NPRP)
Funding for meritorious research projects that demonstrate a potential impact on the development of Qatar’s society and economy
|TBD||Submission due January 30, 2018,
12pm Doha time
American Heart Association (AHA) and Children’s Heart Foundation (CHF) Congenital Heart Disease Research Awards
A total of $22.5M will be awarded June 2021
|Ongoing; submit an online application through Grants@Heart|
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program - BIO, CISE, OHR||Multiple awards: minimum $500K over 5 years||Submission due
July 18, 2018
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program - ENG||Multiple awards: minimum $500K over 5 years||Submission due
July 19, 2018
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program - GEO, MPS, SBE||Multiple awards: minimum $400K over 5 years||Submission due
July 20, 2018
|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).
*FY2018 Funding has not been announced as of 1/10/18.
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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