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The list is arranged by deadlines chronological order (dd.mm), first Israeli divided by RFPs and Workshops, then Foreign

 

Israeli:

 

 

30.8 | PAZY Fund (Israel Atomic Energy Commission): New Investigator Award

קרן פזי: קול קורא להצעות לתמיכה בחוקר חדש בתחומים בעלי עניין לקרן (פיסיקה, כימיה, חומרים, הנדסה ומתמטיקה)

קרן פזי הינה קרן משותפת לוועדה לאנרגיה אטומית (וא"א) ולות"ת אשר מטרתה לקדם את המחקר, הידע המדעי והכשרת כוח האדם המדעי בתחומים פיסיקה, כימיה, חומרים, הנדסה, מתמטיקה ובנושאים בעלי עניין לקרן.

 הקרן תאפשר סיוע במימון קליטה של חוקר חדש (עד שנה שנייה מקליטתו) מצטיין באחד מתחומי העניין, בגובה 2.5 מיליון ₪ בפריסה של עד 5 שנים.

נא ליצור קשר עם רשות המחקר במקרה של הגשה, יש צורך במימון משלים לציוד.

http://www.technion.ac.il/~research/Pazy_call_2017.pdf

 

30.8 | British Council: Growth- Graduate Research Opportunities in Water Technology and Health

Aim: to promote scientific links between Israeli, British and Palestinian researchers.

Through the Fellowship, outstanding MA graduates of Palestinian universities can receive funding for a full PhD programme at an Israeli university of their choice. Funding: GBP 54,207 over 4 years

https://www.britishcouncil.org.il/en/israel-uk-palestine-growth-phd-fellowship

 

31.8 | BARD - U.S. Israel Binational Agricultural R&D: NIFA-BARD Cooperation – Foundational Program

Collaborative Israeli/U.S. research projects. Funding: up to $200K for 3 years for Israeli side (not to exceed U.S. budget).

-Agriculture Economics and Rural Communities: Innovation for Rural Entrepreneurs and Communities

http://www.bard-isus.com/local.aspx?fid=62

 

31.8 | MOST: Infrastructures Program Non-ionizing radiation in schools

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי - תחום קרינה בלתי מייננת בבתי הספר (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 31.8, למשרד המדע עד 5.9)

הצעות מחקר למחקרים  בנושאי הפחתת החשיפה לקרינה בלתי מייננת, השפעת הקרינה על גוף התלמידים,  המודעות בקרב התלמידים וצוות בתי הספר באמצעות מימון תכניות מחקרים תשתיתיים, בשאלות מדעיות העומדות בחזית הידע העולמי.

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.5 מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 1 מיליון  לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/RadiationSchools2017.aspx

 

31.8 | Wolf Foundation: Wolf Prize in the Sciences – Chemistry, Mathematics, Medicine or Physics

The prize recognizes outstanding scientists for their achievements. Funding: $100,000.

http://www.wolffund.org.il/index.php?dir=site&page=content&cs=3128

 

1.9 | Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Institute for Advanced Studies: Research Groups all disciplines – Pre-proposal

Groups of 4-8 international, interdisciplinary scholars in all disciplines, meet for 3-10 months to carryout collaborative research. Current deadline for groups in 2018-2019.

http://www.as.huji.ac.il/rgopencall

http://www.as.huji.ac.il/preproposalform

 

1.9 | ISF-JSPS: Israel-Japan Joint Research Program - Life Sciences and Medicine

(ISF pre-registration by Sept. 1, RA deadline Sept. 4, ISF deadline Sept. 5)

Aim: to encourage research cooperation between Japanese and Israeli scientists. Eligible: investigators with active ISF grants with at least 2 years remaining. Funding: NIS 38K over 2 years. (Note: Same program in Exact Sciences expected in 2017, Social Sciences in 2018)

http://isf.org.il/#/support-channels/42/10

 

8.9 | MOST: Infrastructures Program in Personalized Medicine

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי- תחום רפואה מותאמת אישית (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 8.9, למשרד המדע עד 13.9)

הצעות מחקר למימון מחקרים בנושאי התאמת ההתנהגות הרפואית למאפיינים אישיים ביולוגיים של המטופל, תוך כדי התמקדות במאפיינים אלו בכל פרט ופרט, הכוללים רצף גנטי, ומאפיינים אפיגנטיים.

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.5  מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר יהיה עד 1.2 מיליון  שלוש קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 2 מיליון ₪ לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שלוש קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר במספר קבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר במספר קבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/CustomMedicine2017.aspx

 

14.9 | US-Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD): US-Israel Agriculture research

BARD projects, conducted cooperatively by US and Israeli scientists, cover all phases of agricultural research and development. Funding: Up to $310,000 for 3 years. One year feasibility studies are also accepted. Research areas that were identified as top priorities for the coming years:

• Increased Efficiency of Agricultural Production;

• Protection of Plants and Animals against Biotic and Abiotic Stress;

• Agricultural Production Challenges in Increasing Marginal Conditions

• Food Quality, Safety and Security;

• Water Quality & Quantity;

• Functional Genomics and Proteomics;

• Sensors and Robotics;

• Sustainable Bio-Energy Systems;

http://www.bard-isus.com

 

14.9 | MOST: Infrastructures Program in Climate change

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי- בנושא שינוי אקלים (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 14.9, למשרד המדע עד 19.9)

הצעות מחקר למימון מחקרים הכוללות מגמות יישומיות בנושא שינוי אקלים.

 בנושאים:

- השפעות שינויי אקלים על בריאות הציבור

- השפעות שינויי אקלים על המגוון הביולוגי

- פיתוח חומרים לטיפול בזיהום אוויר

-השפעת שינוי אקלים על משטר הגשם

-Climate model downscaling

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.75  מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 1.5 מיליון  לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/ClimateChange2017.aspx

 

14.9 | Ministry of Agriculture (MOAG): research and field experiments on vegetables - 2017

משרד החקלאות - מחקרים וניסויי שדה בענף הירקות לשנת 2017

יעדי הפיתוח ויעדי העבודה בענף הירקות:

הבטחת ייצור ואספקה של תוצרת חקלאית טרייה ובריאה בכמות מספקת לאוכלוסייה

הבטחת איכותו ובטיחותו של המזון הטרי המסופק לאוכלוסייה

הבטחה והסדרה של תשומות לחקלאות

פיתוח ידע והטמעתו לטובת קידום החקלאות והכפר

מימון: עד 80,000 ש"ח לשנה

http://www.technion.ac.il/~research/agri_veg2017.pdf

 

 

16.9 | Ministry of Agriculture: Call for Proposals in the Field Crops Sector ––Pre proposal

משרד החקלאות: קול קורא להצעות מחקר בענף הפלחה– הצעה הקדמית

יעדי ענף פלחה:

-  שיפור איכות החיטה הישראלית וכושר התחרות שלה עם חיטת יבוא, קידום הידע בנושא כמות ואיכות החלבון.

- טיפוח חיטה ושעורה:

       א - זנים בעלי כושר ניבה גבוה לגרעינים ולמספוא.

       ב - זנים בעלי התאמה לדרישות שוק הגרעינים והמספוא (מדדי האיכות לאפיה ולמספוא).

       ג - זנים המותאמים להתמודד עם פגעים, מזיקים, מחלות ותנאי אקלים.

- פיתוח שיטות גידול להגדלת הכנסתו של החקלאי

- פיתוח שיטות לשימור הקרקע תוך חיסכון באנרגיה

- ייעול הדישון ע"י הפחתת דשנים, שיפור שיטת בקרת הדישון, ובחינת חלופות לדשן מינראלי ע"י שימוש בזבלים אורגניים ממקורות שונים.

- הגנת הצומח

- הכנסת גידולים חדשים ומתחדשים

- הכנסת גידולי חורף אורגניים במחזור הגידולים האורגני.

- טיפוח והכנסת מיני וזני קטניות חדשים ומחודשים עם דגש על עמידות לעלקת, איכות ורמת יבול גבוהים.

- בחינת השימוש בתוצרי לוואי של גידולי שדה - להזנת בקר.

- שיפור איכות המספוא, אימות הקשר בין יבול הגרעינים ליבול המספוא, והגדלת התמורה לחקלאים.

- שמירה על רמה מקצועית גבוהה של צוותי ההדרכה וצוותי המגדלים.

- שיפור ממשק הגידול להפחתת פגיעה בסביבה.

מימון: הצעות אזוריות חד שנתיות - עד 5,000 ₪. הצעות מצומצמות בהיקף ארצי ושמשכן עד שנה - עד 20,000 ₪. הצעות מורחבות – מעל 20,000 ₪ לשנה, עד 3 שנים.

http://www.falcha.co.il/?CategoryID=320&ArticleID=1012

 

18.9 | MOST: Applied and/or Engineering Research

משרד המדע: מחקרים יישומיים ו/או הנדסיים (מועד ההגשה לרשות המחקר 18.9, למשרד המדע: 21.9)

מחקרים יישומיים ו/או הנדסיים לכל תחומי ההנדסה.

התקציב לכל הצעת מחקר יהיה עד 750 אלף ₪ לתקופה של 3 שנים עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת, עד 1.6 מיליון ₪ עבור שתי קבוצות מחקר, ועד 2.5 מיליון ₪ עבור מחקר רב-קבוצתי של שלוש קבוצות מחקר ויותר (הקבוצות יכולות להיות ממוסדות שונים ו/או ממוסד אחד בתנאי שקבוצות המחקר בין אם באותו מוסד או ממוסדות שונים, הינן מתחומי מחקר שונים)

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/Engineering2017.aspx.

 

18.9 | Ministry or Transportation: Call for Applied Research (high TRL= Technology Readiness Level) Proposals

משרד התחבורה: מחקר ופיתוח יישומי ברמת מוכנות טכנולוגית גבוהה – הגשת הצעות מחקר

(ההגשה לרשות המחקר עד 18.9, למשרד התחבורה עד 25.9)

נושאי המחקר המבוקשים: פיתוח ויישום טכנולוגיות המקטינות את השימוש בנפט גולמי בתחבורה.

הצעות לביצוע פרויקטי מחקר, פיתוח והדגמה, שנועדו לבחון את ההיבטים התפעוליים והכלכליים של שרותי תחבורה חדשניים ומקוריים וכן אמצעים טכנולוגיים שנועדו להחליף את השימוש בנפט גלמי כמקור

ראשוני לדלק בתחבורה. בחינת טכנולוגיות בשלב מתקדם של הוכחת היתכנות טכנולוגית, והגיעו לשלב שבו ניתן לייצר ולהפעיל לפחות אב טיפוס או דוגמה של מערכת בקנה מידה ריאליסטי.

מימון: 2  מיליון למחקר לתקופה של 3 שנים, עד 10 הצעות מחקר יתקבלו.

 שימו לב: תנאי החוזה נמצאים בבדיקה וההגשה תתאפשר רק לאחר אישור המחלקה המשפטית.

www.technion.ac.il/~research/Trans.pdf

18.9 | MOST: Infrastructures Program in Policies for Reducing Digital Gaps In Israel

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי - מדיניות לצמצום פערים דיגיטליים בישראל

הצעות למימון מחקרים להערכת תכניות קיימות וזיהוי צרכים ופערים, אשר ייצרו מצע להמלצות בנושא צמצום הפערים הדיגיטליים בישראל.

תקציב המחקר עד 250,000 ₪ לתקופה של שנה אחת

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/DigitalDivide2016.aspx

 

19.9 | MISTI MIT-Israel Seed Fund: New Collaboration Grants in All Disciplines

The fund primarily supports travel costs for exchange between a team at MIT and colleagues in universities in Israel. Priority will be given to projects that are balanced between the MIT and Israeli participants, demonstrate complementarity, include students. Funding: up to $30K

http://misti.mit.edu/israel-seed-funds

 

20.9 | Ministry of Health: Alternative Methods to Animal Testing

משרד הבריאות: קול קורא להגשת בקשות למענקי מחקר בתחום שיטות חלופיות לניסויים בבע"ח

יתקבלו בקשות לסקרי התכנות בכל תחומי המחקר שיש להם זיקה למציאת חלופות לניסויים בבע"ח. מימון: 140,000 ₪.

http://www.health.gov.il/Subjects/research/Pages/alternatives.aspx

 

22.9 | Ministry of Agriculture (MOAG): Wine Vine Sector and Wine Production

משרד החקלאות: גידול גפן יין  ותחום יצור יינות 

-שיפור האגרוטכניקה בכרם היין להגברת האיכות וכלכליות הגידול

-פיתוח טכנולוגיות יישומיות לחישה מרחוק בכרם יין

-פיתוח והטמעת זני יין חדשים המותאמים לתנאי הגידול בישראל

-חקר זנים וטכנולוגיות עתיקים ששימשו לייצור יין

-פיתוח טכנולוגיות מתקדמות ליצור יין

-פתרונות למחזור פסולות בכרם וביקב

-הטמעת רובוטיקה ושימוש בחיישנים מתקדמים לאיסוף מידע ושכלול ייצור היין

-חקר שווקים בארץ ובעולם במטרה להגביר את יצור ויצוא היין הישראלי

התמקדותו אינה במחקר בסיסי אלא בהפעלת מחקר תשתיתי-תכליתי המשולב במחקר.

http://agriscience.co.il/kolotkorim_sec/KolotKorim.aspx

 

28.9 | Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Health: Cannabis for medical use

משרד החקלאות ומשרד הבריאות: מחקרים בתחום הקנביס לשימוש רפואי

1. הקמת מאגר גנטי לאומי של קנביס (כולל אפיון מולקולארי ומטבולי של הקווים השונים)

2.  טיפוח קונבנציונאלי של זני קנביס לתכונות אגרוטכניות ורפואיות רצויות

3.  פיתוח כלים לטיפוח מולקולארי: התמרה גנטית, יצירת מוטציה מונחית מטרה, עריכה גנומית

4.  אגרוטכניקה ואופטימיזציה לקבלת ריכוזים גבוהים של חומר פעיל

5.  אפיון חומרים פעילים בהיבטים רפואיים ותזונתיים

6. זיהוי ואפיון חומרים חדשים בצמח הקנביס לשוק הרפואי

7. בחינה אגרוטכנית להיתכנות חקלאית אינטנסיבית ואקסטנסיבית

וניתן להגיש הצעות גם בתחומים נוספים העונים  לדרישות הקול ואשר אינם מופיעים ברשימה.

מימון: עד 800,000 שקל למשך שלוש שנים.

https://agriscience.co.il/kolotkorim_sec/KolotKorim.aspx

 

29.9 | National Insurance Institute of Israel: The Research Fund

המוסד לביטוח לאומי: הצעות למחקרים יישומיים ולסקרים אפידמיולוגיים

א. מחקר אפידמיולוגי רפואי וסביבתי לאיתור מוקדם של גורמי סיכון כימיים ופיסיקליים ולאפיון קבוצות עובדים המצויות בסיכון.

 ב. נדרש מחקר יישומי ורלוונטי לעובדים בישראל שכן חסר מידע לגבי משמעותם של גורמי סיכון חדשים על אוכלוסיות עובדים במאפייני תעסוקה ישראלים.

תקציב: 250000.₪

https://www.btl.gov.il/Funds/kolotkorim/Pages/KK-HMEpdim.aspx

 

30.9 | British Council: STREAM-Proposals in Science, Technology & Research Exchange Across MENA

This specific call is for trilateral collaborations between the UK, Israel, and MENA region countries in water-related research and innovations

Overall priority areas: The Global Water Challenge as pertaining to Agriculture, Climate and environment, Education, Health, Food (nutrition and security), Demographic change, Rural and urban development, Infrastructure, Governance, Development. Funding: £50-100K for 10-18 months.

https://goo.gl/fSlPHk

 

30.9 | Israel Cancer Association (ICA): Research Grants

האגודה למלחמה בסרטן - מענקים בתחום פיתוח השירותים הרפואיים ושירותי הרווחה – 2017

בקשות לסיוע במימון פרויקטים הקשורים בשיפור השירות לחולי סרטן. יש צורך ברישום במערכת המקוונת (יפתח ב 1.9)

http://www.cancer.org.il/template/default.aspx?PageId=8297

 

20.10 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Energy for Sustainability (BSF deadline 30.10)

Aim: to support fundamental research that will enable innovative processes for the sustainable production of electricity and transportation fuels. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr to Israeli partner. The U.S. partner should contact the appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research focus of the international project. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_in_Energy_Program_Call_for_Proposal.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=501026

 

21.10 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Physics (Basic Plasma- Sciences and Engineering) (BSF deadline 1.11)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects, specific areas described in links below. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_Physics_program_Call.pdf

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5602

 

26.10 | ISF:  

NOTE: Pre-registration to ISF online is required for each program separately. Registration should be completed by 27.10, 12:00 Noon. Deadline for submission: 3.11

*Individual Research Grants

ISF accepts applications for basic science projects in all fields. The grants are given to 1-4 investigators for up to 4 years (5 years as pilot in social, life sciences and medicine). Proposals are evaluated for scientific excellence: [1] Originality & innovation, [2] Significance & implications, [3] Adequacy of methods, and [4] Suitability of investigators’ scientific background (see review instructions: https://www.isf.org.il/#/judging-process ). Funding: No formal limit. Average annual budgets, in exact sciences and technology are NIS 252,500, in life sciences and medicine NIS 282,000, in humanities NIS 138,000, and in social sciences NIS 165,000.

https://www.isf.org.il/#/support-channels/1/10

 

26.10. | GIF

GIF Regular Program will be open for proposals in Medicine and the Social Sciences, and the GIF Young Scientists’ Program will be open for proposals in the Exact Sciences, Engineering, and the Social Sciences. Average budget: Regular- of EUR 40,000 - EUR 80,000 per year (total for all PIs) for 3 years; Young: EUR 20,000 for 1 year.

Next year, Fall 2017, the regular program will be open for proposals in Life Sciences and Humanities; the young scientist` program- Medicine, Life Sciences & Humanities

http://www.gif.org.il/Pages/default.aspx

 

26.10 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Physics (BSF deadline 1.11)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects, specific areas described in links below. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_Physics_program_Call.pdf

The program will accept collaborative research proposals in the following areas:

* Physics of Living Systems;

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=6673

* Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics – Experiment and Theory;

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=13622

* Elementary Particle Physics – Experiment;

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5624

* Gravitational Physics – Experiment and Theory;

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503539

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5628

* Integrative Activities in Physics;

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5610

* Particle Astrophysics – Experiment.

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5633

 

31.10 | MOST: Returning Postdoc Scholarships in Exact Sciences, Technology, Life Sciences, Medicine

קול קורא להחזרת מדענים לישראל מלגות פוסט-דוקטורט ע"ש יצחק שמיר בתחומי המדעים המדויקים והטכנולוגיים, מדעי הטבע והרפואה.

תכנית זו תאפשר מלגת מחייה לתקופה של שנתיים למשתלמים לפוסט-דוקטורט במעבדת מחקר, המשקיעים את עיקר זמנם בעבודת המחקר (ישראלים השוהים בחו"ל במועד ההגשה לפחות שנה, עד 10 שנים מקבלת התואר). גובה המלגה: 240 אלף ₪ לתקופה של שנתיים (המלגה מותנית בפעילות התנדבותית)

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/ScienceReturn2017.aspx

 

31.10 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Materials (BSF deadline 6.11)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects in the areas below. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_in_Materials_Program_Call_for_Proposal.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15097/nsf15097.jsp?org=DMR

a) Biomaterials: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=13699

b) Ceramics: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5352 

c) Condensed Matter and Materials Theory: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=13623

d) Condensed Matter Physics: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5666

e) Electronic and Photonic Materials: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5353

f) Metals and Metallic Nanostructures: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5351

g) Polymers: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5357

h) Solid State and Materials Chemistry: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5356

 

1.11 | Ministry of Defense/MAFAT – RFP: Prototype for a Quantum Communications System

משרד הביטחון / מפא"ת: בקשה להצעת מחיר עבור מדגים טכנולוגי – מערכת תקשורת קוונטית

(מועד הגשה לרשות המחקר – עד 1.11, מועד הגשה למשרד הביטחון: 14.11)

בקשה להצעת מחיר במכרז שמטרתו הרחבת העיסוק המחקרי-מדעי בתחום להיבטי מחקר מוכווני פיתוח ויישום. המדגים מיועד להדגמת הטכנולוגיה ויכולותיה לאורך זמן, כולל חסינות ועמידות תחת התקפות.

מסמכי ה RFP נמצאים ברשות המחקר ויימסרו למעוניינים.

שימו לב: תוצרי העבודה יהיו בבעלות מלאה של מפא"ת והיא רשאית לעשות בה שימוש ללא כל תמורה.

 

1.11 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems Division (ECCS) (BSF deadline 6.11)

Aim: research issues underlying device and component technologies, power, controls, computation, networking, communications and cyber technologies. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years Israeli partner. The U.S. partner should contact the appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research focus of the international project. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_ECCS_Call.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15098/nsf15098.jsp

Electronics, Photonics and Magnetic Devices

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505250

Energy, Power, Control, and Networks

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505249

Communications, Circuits, and Sensing-Systems

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505248

 

7.11 | British Council: Blavatnik Postdoctoral Fellowships for Israeli Scientists in life and physical sciences, and engineering

Fellowship (applicant’s first postdoc funding) enables Israeli scientists to engage in scholarly exchange with British researchers at the University of Cambridge in life and physical sciences, and engineering. Applicants will have obtained their PhD degree not more than five years before the date of application. £30,000 yr/2 yrs.

http://www.britishcouncil.org.il/en/blavatnik-fellowship

 

11.11 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Physics (Nuclear Physics – Experiment and Theory) (BSF deadline 17.11)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects, specific areas described in links below. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_Physics_program_Call.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503534

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5627

 

15.11 | BSF – Regular Program

Israel-U.S. joint research projects. This year's topics: Atmospheric & earth sciences, Chemistry, Computer sciences, Ecology and systematic biology, Economics, Energy research, Environmental research, Materials research, Mathematics, Oceanography & limnology, Physics, Psychology, Sociology. Funding: up to $200,000 over 4 years.

http://www.bsf.org.il/

 

15.11 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (BSF deadline 22.11)

Research and related activities in four core clusters:

- Molecular Biophysics

-Cellular Dynamics and Function

- Genetic Mechanisms

- Systems and Synthetic Biology

Funding: up to $80,000 / yr to Israeli partner. The U.S. partner should contact the appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research focus of the international project. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_MCB_Program_Call_for_Proposal.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15105/nsf15105.jsp?org=MCB

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503626

 

15.11 | MOST: Israeli-Quebec Research Program on Medical Bio-Imaging

Aim: to support the development of scientific and technological cooperation between Quebec and Israeli researchers. Proposals for research projects in the fields of:

*Brain Imaging, *In vivo Imaging and Behaving Animals and* Optogenetics.

Each joint research team must be led by a Principal Investigator (PI) from each country. Two researchers from Quebec (including the co-PI), one working in Health Sciences and 1 working in Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering ,  and at least one from Israel.

A letter of registration will be requested for Quebec researchers (Deadline letter submission: September 20th, 2016).

Funding: 50,000 $ CAN for the Canadian side and up to 160,000 NIS for the Israeli side per year/for 3 years (funding must be approved on an annual basis).

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/CanadaIsrael2017.aspx

 

16.11 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Ecology and the Evolution of infectious diseases (BSF deadline 22.11)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_in_infectious%20diseases(EEID)_Program_Call_for_Proposal.pdf

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5269

 

18.11 | NSF-BSF Joint Program (BSF deadline 22.11)

Funding: up to $80,000 / yr to Israeli partner. The U.S. partner should contact the appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research focus of the international project. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

- Cyber Security Aim: Research, development, and education that leverages the disciplines of mathematics and statistics, the social sciences, and engineering together with the computing, communications and information sciences.

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_Cyber_Security_Call.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2016/nsf16019/nsf16019.jsp?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15575/nsf15575.htm

- Computer Science Aim: Research in computing and communication theory, algorithm design and analysis, and the architecture and design of computers and software.

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_CCF_Call.pdf

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15573/nsf15573.htm

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15118/nsf15118.jsp

 

1.12 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Physics (BSF deadline 6.12)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects, specific areas described in links below. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_Physics_program_Call.pdf

* Elementary Particle Physics – Theory

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503535

* Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology – Theory

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503538

* Computational Physics

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505206

* Quantum Information Science

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505207

 

5.12 | MOST: Infrastructures Program in Narrowing the gaps between central and peripheral areas

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי- צמצום פערים בין מרכז ופריפריה (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 5.12, למשרד המדע עד 8.12)

הצעות מחקר למחקרים בעלי היתכנות יישומית (בין אם טכנולוגית ובין אם בפיתוח מדיניות) בנושא צמצום פערים בין מרכז ופריפריה גיאוגרפית בישראל, בדגש על ההצטלבות בין פריפריה גיאוגרפית ופריפריה כלכלית-חברתית.  המחקר המוצע יעסוק באופן שבו עשויים מדיניות או פיתוח כלים טכנולוגיים לסייע בחיזוק החוסן החברתי והכלכלי, בהגדלת הפריון והצמיחה הכלכלית, ובצמצום פערי הזדמנויות ושיפור כולל באיכות ורמת חיים באזורים הנכללים באשכולות הנמוכים יכללו בתוך כך תחומים של תעסוקה, דיור ופיתוח עירוני, גישה לתשתיות לאומיות, חינוך פורמאלי ובלתי פורמאלי, איכות חיים ותרבות הפנאי וכיו"ב. המחקר יכול להיערך בשיטות כמותניות, איכותניות או מעורבות, אך מודגש כי עליו להיות בעל השלכות יישומיות אשר יובהרו כבר בהצעת המחקר.

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.35 מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 0.75 מיליון  לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/GapChange2017.aspx

 

5.12 | MOST: Tashtyot Program in Sustainable Fishing

משרד המדע: תכנית תשתיות בממשק דייג מקיים בכנרת

במסגרת הקול הקורא, המשרד מבקש לקבל הצעות שיתמקדו ביעדי המחקר הבאים:

א. כימות אוכלוסיות הדגים בכנרת בהיבט של מצאי וגיוס של צעירים לאוכלוסיות הדגים בליטורל ובמים פתוחים תוך התייחסות למינים השונים  והשינויים במפלס האגם.

ב. איפיון היקף פעילות הדיג הספורטיבי בכנרת, והשפעתו על שלל הדיג מבחינת כימות של הדגים הנידוגים והדגים הנלקחים, וכן המשמעויות הכלכליות והאקולוגיות לכך.

ג. העמקת הידע על תזונת קורמורנים על בסיס מחקר של קורמורנים בתנאי שבי

ד. תזונת קורמורנים בסביבתם הטבעית בהתבסס על תכני הקיבה שלהם והערכת השפעתם על דגת הכנרת

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.6 מיליון, שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 1.2 מיליון ₪  לתקופה של 3 שנים בחלקים שווים.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/Fishing2017.aspx

 

12.12 | MOST: Infrastructures Program in Promoting Minorities

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי- פיתוח תכניות לקידום אוכלוסיית המיעוטים בישראל (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 12.12, למשרד המדע עד 15.12)

הצעות מחקר למימון מחקרים הכוללות מגמות יישומיות לקידום אוכלוסיות המיעוטים בנושאים:

- זיהוי ופיתוח דרכי התערבות אפקטיביות להגברת השתלבותם של בני ובנות המגזר הערבי בעמדות מפתח בשוק העבודה, באקדמיה ובפוליטיקה.

- מיפוי וחיזוק קשרי מרכז ופריפריה בדגש על יישובים ערבים ומעורבים.

- קידום שיווניות בחינוך, בריאות ובגישה למשאבים חברתיים ותרבותיים עבור החברה הערבית בישראל.

- פיתוח תכניות התערבות לעידוד וסיוע לבני\בנות המגזר הערבי בהשתלבות חברתית וכלכלית בישראל.

- נשים בחברה הערבית: אופנים להגברת השתתפותן האזרחית והפוליטית של נשים בנות המגזר הערבי.

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.5  מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 1.2 מיליון  לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/Minorities2017.aspx

 

22.12 | MOST: Infrastructures Program in Analytical chemistry, organic chemistry and electrochemistry

משרד המדע התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי: תחום הכימיה (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 22.12, למשרד המדע עד 27.12)

הצעות מחקר למימון מחקרים בכימיה אנליטית, כימיה אורגנית ואלקטרוכימיה.

בתחום כימיה אנליטית נושא ההצעה יהיה בפיתוח שיטות אנליטיות

בתחום הכימיה האורגאנית נושא ההצעה יהיה בכימיה אורגאנית סינטטית.

בתחום אלקטרוכימיה נושא ההצעות יהיה אחד מהבאים:

- פיתוח שיטות אלקטרוכימיות לסינתזה.

- יצירת חומרים חדשים בשיטות אלקטרוכימיות

- פיתוח גישות ושיטות אלקטרוכימיות ניסיוניות חדשות לאפיון תהליכים וחומרים

- פיתוח מערכות אלקטרוכימיות חדשות

- שימוש בשיטות קיימות וחדשות לפיתוח אפליקציות חדשניות.

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.8  מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר יהיה עד 1.5 מיליון  שלוש קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 2 מיליון ₪ לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שלוש קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר במספר קבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר במספר קבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/Chemistry2017.aspx

 

29.12 | MOST: Infrastructures Program Rare diseases

משרד המדע: התכנית למחקר אסטרטגי: תחום מחלות יתומות - אטקסיה טלנגיאקטסיה (A-T) (הגשה לרשות המחקר עד 29.12, למשרד המדע עד 2.1)

תקציב המחקר עבור מחקר מטעם קבוצת מחקר אחת יהיה עד 0.5 מיליון ש"ח, שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר יהיה עד 1.2 מיליון  לתקופה של  3 שנים. במידה וישנן שתי קבוצות מחקר או יותר, על כל קבוצה לעסוק בתחום אחר, בין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממוסד אחד, ובין אם מדובר בקבוצות ממספר מוסדות.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/RareDiseases2017.aspx

 

1.2.17 | NSF-BSF Joint Program in Physics – Accelerator Science (BSF deadline 7.2)

Joint U.S.-Israel projects, specific areas described in links below. Funding: up to $80,000 / yr for 3 years to Israeli partner. U.S. partner should contact appropriate NSF program manager to discuss the research. Israeli scientist with pending or active BSF-NSF grants are not allowed to submit (regular BSF grant is OK).

http://www.bsf.org.il/data/FormsToDownload/BSF-NSF_Physics_program_Call.pdf

https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=504937

 

Israeli- Funding for Seminar and Workshops

 

8.9 | MOST: Call for Holding International Conferences in Israel during 2017-2018

משרד המדע: קבלת הצעות לעריכת כנסים בינלאומיים בישראל לשנים 2017-2018

(הגשה לראשות המחקר עד 8.9, למשרד המדע עד 15.9)

משרד המדע מעוניין לעודד ולהשתתף בקיום כנסים בינלאומיים בישראל, בנושאים מדעיים וטכנולוגיים מובילים וחדשניים, בשיתוף מדענים וחוקרים מחוץ לארץ ומישראל. מימון: 20 עד 80 אלף ₪ (המימון בתנאי שלרשות המציע יעמדו מקורות משלימים לכיסוי הוצאות הכנס)

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/IntlConv2017.aspx

 

1.11.16 | Israel Academy of Science and Humanities: The Batsheva de Rothschild Fund

- Seminars – Basic Research in Natural Sciences: Seminars should create an appropriate ambience for study of a subject in a manner that allows ongoing interaction among students, Israeli scientists, together with scientists invited from abroad. Funding up to $40,000.

-Aharon and Ephraim Katzir Study Grant: intended for extended studies in research and the learning of new methods at leading laboratories in the world in the life sciences, the exact sciences, and engineering. Awards for doctoral students and researchers (PhD/MD within past 10 years). Funding up to $5,000/1-2 months.

- Interdisciplinary Research Workshop: for the promotion of interdisciplinary research. Two-day workshops in the fields of natural sciences, humanities, and/or social sciences, meaningfully affiliated with the Natural Sciences. Funding: up to $10,000.

http://www.academy.ac.il/RichText/GeneralPage.aspx?nodeId=849

 

31.12.16 | Ministry of Infrastructure, Energy and Water: Conferences, Seminars and exhibitions

משרד התשתיות, האנרגיה והמים: קול קורא להצעות להשתתפות המשרד בכנסים, ימי עיון ותערוכות

המשרד מזמין בזה להציע הצעות להשתתפותו בכנסים, ימי עיון ותערוכות, בתחומים הבאים:

א. בנושאי האנרגיה בכלל ובתחום האנרגיות המתחדשות בפרט.

ב. בנושאי דלקים וביניהם בין היתר, תחליפי דלקים לתחבורה, לייצור חשמל, גפ"מ ועוד.

ג. בנושאי הגז הטבעי, ובניהם בין היתר, LNG,CNG, GTL  תעשיות מבוססות גז טבעי ועוד.

ד. בנושאי משק החשמל הרלוונטיים לעבודת המשרד.

ה. בנושאי התייעלות אנרגטית.

ו. בנושאי חיפושי נפט וגז טבעי.

ז. בנושאי מדעי הים והאדמה.

ח. כל כנס או יום עיון אחר, הקשור במישרין או בעקיפין לפעולות המשרד, ויש בעצם הסיוע לו בכדי לתרום להתפתחות וקידום התחום.

המשרד לא ישתתף כספית בכנס, יום עיון או תערוכה, בסכום העולה על 100,000 ₪, מלבד מקרים חריגים שיקבלו את אישור ועדת המכרזים של המשרד, מנימוקים מיוחדים שירשמו.

http://energy.gov.il/InformationForPublic/tenders/Pages/GxmsMniTender44_13.aspx

 

Israeli - All Year Round:

 

DFG – German Science Foundation: Research Grant for Cooperation with Israel

The DFG supports research projects carried out by researchers in Germany in partnership with researchers in Israel. Funding levels are usually €200,000 - €300,000 over 3 years.

http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/international_cooperation/research_grant_cooperation_israel/in_brief/index.html

 

DFG – German Science Foundation: Trilateral Projects – Middle East Cooperation

The funding of trilateral projects with the involvement of German, Israeli and Palestinian researchers is intended to support peaceful development in the Middle East. In suitable cases, instead of or in addition to the Palestinian partner, a researcher from another neighboring country of Israel may be integrated in a trilateral project. Previous funding was in the range of €150K-€200K/yr.

http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/international_cooperation/trilateral_projects/in_brief/index.html

 

Israel Insurance Association Research Fund: Research Grants

The Fund welcomes applications for financial support for the purpose of conducting research on insurance matters, especially on the subject of motor bodily injury insurance, and other insurance branches of importance to the public interest (i.e Earthquake and other Natural hazards risks and insurance). Funding: ask the Research Authority - 2152

Eng: www.igudbit.org.il/eng/Index.asp?CategoryID=451

Heb: www.igudbit.org.il/Index.asp?CategoryID=420

Guidelines and form: www.igudbit.org.il/_Uploads/1616keren(1).doc

 

Israel Insurance Association Research Fund: Research Grants on Natural Hazards - Earthquakes / Sinkholes

The Fund issued a call for proposal dedicated to applied research on the following:

-Possible Earthquake in Israel and its implications;

-Sinkholes in the Dead Sea region;

Funding: the call specifies approximate amount of hundreds of thousands NIS over up to 3 years.

Detailed info.

 

MOST - BMBF: German-Israeli Cooperation in Water Technology - Young Scientists Exchange Program

In order to encourage young scientists to engage themselves in the Water Technology Research Program in the framework of the German-Israeli Cooperation, BMBF and MOST have initiated a young scientists exchange program. The program is open to Israeli and German diploma/M.Sc.-students, post graduates, doctoral degree students, and post doctorates candidates who wish to spend a training period in Israel or Germany for 1-6 months. Candidates are considered “Young Scientist” if no more than 3 years have passed since receiving the PhD.

http://most.gov.il/Information/Calls/Pages/kkmadaei-hayamim.aspx

 

The Israel Securities Authority (ISA) (HA'RASHUT LE'NIAROT ERECH): Research Grants

Research grants in amount of 5,000-40,000 NIS in subjects relevant to ISA activity.  

http://www.isa.gov.il/GeneralResearch/179/Pages/default.aspx

 

Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute: Ruch Collaboration Program

To encourage collaborations between Technion and Cornell-Tech faculty, a joint grant application to one of the standard funding agencies, submitted after Dec. 15, 2015 with total budget (both sides) greater than $500K, which receives high grades but no funding, will be eligible to receive support for one graduate student (working on the project) for an academic year at each institute. Preference will be given to new connections.

http://www.technion.ac.il/~research/Cornell_Collaborative_2016.pdf

 

Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute:  Ruch Faculty Exchange Program, 2016

Goal: to increase the interaction between faculty at Cornell (Ithaca, Weill, and Cornell Tech campuses) and at the Technion. Preference will be given to new connections. Travel can occur in either direction. Funding: up to $7K.

http://www.technion.ac.il/~research/Cornell_Exchange_2016.pdf

 

National Insurance Institute of Israel: The Research Fund

המוסד לביטוח לאומי: קרן המחקרים

מימון מחקרים במטרה להרחיב את מאגרי המידע והתשתית המחקרית בתחומי פעילותו של המוסד ובנושאים הנוגעים למדיניות החברתית-כלכלית, שוק העבודה ושירותי הרווחה. השנה תינתן עדיפות גבוהה למחקרים העוסקים בנושאים הבאים:

- תוכניות הביטחון הסוציאלי שעליהן מופקד המוסד לביטוח לאומי (מטרות התוכניות, מבנה ומאפיינים, כללי זכאות, רמת הכיסוי והאוכלוסייה הזכאית והלימות הגמלאות).

- מימון הביטחון הסוציאלי בטווח הקצר, הבינוני והארוך והתפתחותו לאורך זמן.

- דמוגרפיה והתפתחותה בהקשר של הביטחון סוציאלי.

- רמת החיים, עוני, אי-שוויון ופערים לרבות פערים בהזדמנויות, בהקשרם לתחומים הרלוונטיים לביטחון הסוציאלי במובנו רחב.

- שוק העבודה לרבות עובדים זרים, פנסיה ומערכות רווחה אחרות הנלוות לעבודה.

- מערכות המיסוי והשלכותיהן על הביטחון הסוציאלי במובן הרחב.

- תקציב המדינה, המדיניות הכלכלית-חברתית והשפעתם על החברה בישראל.

- מגמות עולמיות והשפעתן, הישירה והעקיפה על מערכות הביטחון הסוציאלי.

- שירותים חברתיים ושירותי רווחה בכסף ובעין.

מימון: מחקר רגיל – עד 200,000 ₪; מחקר מקיף – עד 400,000 ₪ בהשתתפותם של גורמים נוספים במחקר; מחקרים שתקציבם הכולל עולה על 400,000 ₪ יאושרו במקרים חריגים בלבד, וזאת במיוחד כאשר המחקר כרוך בבניית בסיס נתונים שאינו קיים, או כשמדובר בסקר ליצירת מאגר נתונים רחב היקף.

http://www.btl.gov.il/Mediniyut/BakashatNetunim/Pages/default.aspx

 

National Insurance Institute of Israel: Manof Fund for Financing Activities for the Prevention of Work Related Accidents

המוסד לביטוח לאומי: קרן מנוף למימון פעולות למניעת תאונות בעבודה

קרן מנוף פועלת לצמצום מספר תאונות העבודה ומסייעת להוביל מחקרים בתחום הבטיחות והגהות, בפיתוח ושיפור אמצעי בטיחות חדשניים, באיתור סיכונים מקצועיים יוצאי דופן במקומות עבודה ובמתן פתרונות להם, ועוד. גובה הסיוע יקבע לגבי כל פרויקט לגופו.

http://www.btl.gov.il/Funds/ActivitiesForPreventionOfWorkAccidents/Pages/default.aspx

 

 

 

Foreign: 

 

 

 

29.8 | American Society for Clinical Investigation: Harrington Prize for Innovation in Medicine

Aim: Understanding and improves the treatment of human diseases.The prize honors a physician-scientist who has moved science forward with achievements notable for innovation, creativity and potential for clinical application. $20,000.

http://www.uhhospitals.org/services/harrington-discovery-institute/programs-and-initiatives/harrington-prize-for-innovation-in-medicine

 

31.8 | John Templeton Foundation: (Online Funding Inquiry Form)

** Science & the Big Questions:

- Mathematical & Physical Sciences: Foundational questions in mathematics or that seek a deeper understanding of the nature of reality within the realm of physics, cosmology, astronomy, chemistry, or other physical sciences. Projects that are unlikely to be supported by conventional funding sources are especially encouraged.

- Life Sciences: Projects investigating the evolution and fundamental nature of life, human life, and mind, especially as they relate to issues of meaning and purpose. Projects are welcome from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including the biological sciences, neuroscience, archeology, and paleontology.

- Human Sciences: Projects that apply the tools of anthropology, sociology, political science, and psychology to the various moral and spiritual concepts as altruism, creativity, free will, generosity, gratitude, intellect, love, prayer, and purpose.

- Philosophy & Theology: Projects that attempt to develop new philosophical and theological insights, especially (but not only) in relation to advances in scientific understanding.

- Science in Dialogue: Projects that bring one or more scientific disciplines into a mutually enriching discussion with theology and/or philosophy, whether for a scholarly audience or the public at large.

** Character Virtue Development

** Individual Freedom & Free Markets: Research intended to liberate the initiative of individuals and nations and to establish the necessary conditions for the success of profit-making enterprise

** Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius: Support for young people who demonstrate exceptional talent in mathematics and science

Funding: Small (up to $217,400) and Large Grants.

www.templeton.org/what-we-fund/core-funding-areas

 

31.8 | International Team for Implantology: Research Programs

Preclinical and clinical research in implant dentistry and related fields. Two types of grants:

Small Grant: for new investigators. Funding: up to $50,000.
Large Grant: for experienced researchers established the field. Funding: up to $200,000.

http://www.iti.org/How-to-Apply

 

31.8 | Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSH) Society – Basic Research Grants, Research Fellowships, and Postdoctoral Fellowships

(Submit LOI any time prior) Understanding of the molecular genetics and cause of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy. Current priorities are listed here: https://www.fshsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/2015FSHDInternationalResearchConsortiumPrioritiesAndDiscussions.pdf

Funding: typically $30K-$50K per one year, with possible extensions. Note: Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit (non-profiit).

https://www.fshsociety.org/our-grants/

 

31.8 | DOD/CDMRP: Medical Research – Pre-proposals

(Note: Pre-proposals must be submitted well ahead of 30.9 deadline for full proposals)

Aim: to solicit basic and applied research addressing a wide range of medical topics. Funding is not specified and projects can range up to 5 years.

Topics include: military infectious diseases (vaccines, anti-parasitic drugs, vector control products) / combat casualty care (blood loss, brain and spinal injury, organ damage transport of patients)/ military operational medicine (injury, psychological, physiological, environmental health) / clinical and rehabilitative medicine (neuro-musculoskeletal, vision, hearing, pain, regenerative) / medical biological defense (viral, toxin, bacterial studies, drugs, diagnosis, surveillance) / medical chemical defense / medical simulation and information / radiation / innovation / research and development of devices or technologies.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/ViewFileTemplate.htm?fileTemplateId=2139900&fileType=pdf

 

31.8 | Benign Essential Blepharospasm Research Foundation (BEBRF): Research Proposal on Cranial Dystonia

Funds research directly related to blepharospasm or Meige’s Syndrome, both forms of cranial dystonia, to include new treatments, pathophysiology and genetics, photophobia, and dry eye. $150,000/1 yr.

http://www.blepharospasm.org/research-request.html

 

31.8 | European Chemical Industry Council (cefic): Long-range Research Initiative in Chemical Hazards and Toxicity

* Validation of an alternative, non-vertebrate, BCF test using the freshwater amphipod Hyalella azteca - € 300,000over 2 years

* Improving determinations of water solubility for ‘difficult-to-test’ substances - € 300,000over 3 years.

* Development and validation of alternative methodologies for predicting bioaccumulation of surfactants - € 400.000 over 3 years

* Building improved in-vitro exposure assessment capability- €500.000 over 3 years

* Strengthening the use and interpretation of dietary bioaccumulation tests for hydrophobic chemicals - € 125.000 over 1 year

* Extrapolating the Applicability of Worker Exposure Measurement Data - € 110.000 over 18 months

 http://cefic-lri.org/request-for-proposals/?skyear=2016

 

31.8 | Amyloidosis Foundation: Research Grants

Supports basic biomedical and clinical research on systemic amyloidosis. Applicants who are within 10 years of completion of doctoral studies are eligible to apply for funding. Funding: $50K for one year (2nd year extensions may be considered).

http://www.amyloidosis.org/research/#grant-programs

 

31.8 | MATSUMAE International Foundation: Research Fellowship Program 2016

Projects in natural science, engineering, and medicine are given priority. Fellowships for 3-6 months of duration between April 2017 and March 2018. ¥220,000 monthly stipend.

http://www.mif-japan.org/?hl=en

 

31.8 | Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals: Grants4Targets Initiative

Bayer HealthCare allocates grants for the exploration of attractive, novel drug targets in the fields of:

*Oncology: *Gynecology *Cardiology Hematology *Ophthalmology:

Support Grants (€5,000-€10,000) to further advance research on targets that are at a very early stage of discovery; IP rights remain with the applicant.

Focus Grants (€10,000-€125,000) for more mature ideas, e.g. to address specific aspects of a target as a first step towards transferring it to the drug discovery process; IP rights remain with the applicant.

http://www.grants4targets.com/scripts/pages/en/index.php

 

31.8 | Cerebral Palsy Alliance: Multiple opportunities

- Research Project and Avant Grants: Projects that address the causes, prevention and cure of cerebral palsy. Funding: up to  AU$ 250K ($USD 180K).

- Career Development Grants: Purpose: to encourage researchers with diverse perspectives to build and maintain careers in the field of cerebral palsy research, and to facilitate basic science, epidemiological and clinical research into cerebral palsy. Funding: $AU 250K ($USD 180K).

https://research.cerebralpalsy.org.au/funding/how-to-apply/

 

31.8 | Anna Monika Foundation: 26th Prize Competition

The prize is given for the investigation of the biological substrate and functional disturbances of depression. Award of EURO 25K.

http://anna-monika-stiftung.de/?page_id=5

 

1.9 | Volkswagen Foundation, Wellcome Trust, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond: Europe and Global Challenges – Climate Change, Environment, Health – Pre-proposal

Aim: promote collective, global scale, research projects in the humanities and the social sciences that address future challenges relating to global health, climate change, migration, demographic change, terrorism, by interdisciplinary groups of international researchers from European as well as non-European (at least 2) countries. At least one principal investigator from Germany, Sweden, or the UK is recommended. Funding: €500K – €900 for up to 4 years (8-10 project awards expected). Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit (overhead).

https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/en/funding/international-focus/europe-and-global-challenges.html

 

1.9 | The Ataxia-Telangiectasia Children’s Project: Research Grant Program

Grant awards are made for basic and translational research related to A-T. The focus is on: translational research; clinical studies; and innovative and novel strategies for suggesting, developing and evaluating specific disease-modifying and symptomatic interventions. Funding is for 1-2 year projects up to a max of $75K per year. An optional LOI may be submitted prior to deadline.

https://www.communityatcp.org/GrantGuidelines

 

1.9 | EFSD and Lilly: European Diabetes Research Programme

Research will be supported through the award of grants, each of up to Euro 100,000.

http://www.europeandiabetesfoundation.org/index.php/ct-menu-item-5

 

1.9 | Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience: basic studies in the field of glycoscience

Basic and applied studies on glycoconjugates: their organic chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, cellular biology and medical sciences. Funding: up to 7,000,000 yen (~$56K) for one year.  

http://www.mizutanifdn.or.jp/grant/apply.html

 

1.9 | The Glaucoma Foundation

Aim: The area of current focus for TGF's Grant Research program is exfoliation syndrome and exfoliation glaucoma.  Initial grant funding for a one-year period is for up to $40,000; a grantee is permitted to apply for a grant renewal of up to $50,000.

http://www.glaucomafoundation.org/Grant_Application.htm

 

1.9 | The Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation: Research Grants

Aim: To provide resources for advancing allograft tissue science.

* Junior Investigator Grants: Funding: up to $100,000/1 year

* Established Investigator Grants. Funding: up to $100,000/3 year

* W.F. Enneking Career Development Award. Funding: up to $100,000/3 year

http://www.mtf.org/research_grant_programs.html#recipients

 

1.9 | Simons Foundation: Collaboration on the Origins of Life Postdoctoral Fellowships

(Application by September 9, Letters of recommendation by September 1)

Aim: support of independent research on topics related to the origins of life, such as the astrophysical and planetary context of the origins of life, the development of prebiotic chemistry, the assembly of the first cells, the advent of Darwinian evolution and the earliest signs of life. Eligible: those who received Ph.D. degree within 5 years of the fellowship’s start date. Funding: $75,000/year (stipend plus other expenses), for 3 years

https://www.simonsfoundation.org/funding/funding-opportunities/life-sciences/simons-collaboration-on-the-origins-of-life-2017-postdoctoral-fellowship/

 

1.9 | Wings for Life: Project grants in spinal cord injury research – Executive summary

Basic and clinical research projects may address all aspects of spinal cord lesions, nerve regeneration, trophic support of lesioned neurons, functional changes induced by lesions, preferentially in mammalian models. Funding: €100K over 3 years.

http://www.wingsforlife.com/en/latest/grant-application-479/

 

1.9 | Foundation for Prader-Willi Research FPWR Grant Program – letter of intent 2016

Research developing and evaluating new therapeutic approaches to PWS and innovative research leading to significant advances in understanding this disorder. Up to $100,000/1 year. https://www.fpwr.org/grant-program

 

1.9 | The Sturge- Weber Foundation: Research grant 

Aim: to stimulate and support research on all aspects of Sturge-Weber syndrome, Klippel-Trenaunay, and Port Wine birthmark.

Young Investigator Awards: Applicants must be no more than four years out of M.D. or Ph.D. program and work under the supervision of an established mentor.

Pilot Research Studies: available to investigators at any stage in their career.

Funding: up to $30,000 per year for maximum of two years.

http://www.sturge-weber.org/studies-and-science/research-grant-application.html

 

2.9 | Cure SMA: Basic Research Funding Opportunities

Aim: to encourage applications on novel research that will enhance our understanding of SMA disease pathology at the molecular, cellular, and biochemical level; generate key reagents and tools to facilitate drug development and clinical trials; and identify new therapeutic strategies for SMA. Funding $75,000 and a total award of $150,000 (including 8% overhead) over the duration of the entire project.

http://www.cure sma.org/research/for-researchers/funding-opportunities/

 

2.9 | U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR): Fundamental Research in Atomic, Molecular and Quantum Physics BAA – White papers

Aim: advancing fundamental science and technology for future naval applications in the areas of navigation, timekeeping and sensing. Specific areas include: Cooling and Trapping Techniques, Atomic Clocks and Inertial Sensors, Metrologically Relevant Quantum States. Typical awards range from $120-250k per year for 3 years.

http://www.onr.navy.mil/~/media/Files/Funding-Announcements/BAA/2016/N00014-16-S-BA14.ashx

 

5.9 | Vasculitis Foundation: Research Grant

Supports research that may provide the basis for much larger studies in vasculitis addressing these topic areas: etiology and pathogenesis, epidemiology, genetics, diagnosis and treatment and management of vasculitis. Up to $50,000 for 1/ 2 years.

http://www.vasculitisfoundation.org/research/research-program/

 

6.9 | Fondation Leducq: Transatlantic Networks of Excellence – Neuro/Cardiovascular disease – Letters of Intent

Purpose: form international teams of researchers, with complementary expertise advancing science of cardiovascular and neurovascular. U.S. and European coordinators a must. Funding: $6-million over five years.

https://www.fondationleducq.org/transatlantic-networks-of-excellence/overview/

 

7.9 | Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research: PPMI Data Challenge 2016

Aim: Based on data PPMI has generated, develop a quantitative model which will answer one of the following questions:

* What factors at baseline predict clinical progression?

* What are the sub–types of Parkinson's disease?

The PPMI Data challenge offers $50,000 in total prizes, awarding a $25,000 cash prize to each question.

https://www.michaeljfox.org/research/data-science.html?et_cid=576450&et_rid=145501781&et_lid=Read+Moreem_cid

 

7.9 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Spinal Cord Injury Research Program – Pre-application

*Clinical Research Development Award - Fund studies that support the planning and development for future clinical research study with military and/or Veteran population. Funding: $100K over 1 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

7.9 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Parkinson’s Research Program – Pre-applications

*Impact Award – Supports high-impact, potentially high-risk, studies that address at least one of the following: Studies of the neurovascular unit in Parkinson’s disease; Identification and evaluation of mechanisms in early Parkinson’s disease involving olfactory, microbiome, gastrointestinal, and/or autonomic nervous systems; neuroplasticity and compensation in Parkinson’s disease, factors influencing Parkinson’s disease progression in specific populations. Funding: up to $3-5 million for 4 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

7.9 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Peer Reviewed Orthopaedic Research Program – Pre-application

*Applied Research Award - Seeks applied research focused on advancing treatment and restoration of function for military personnel with neuromusculoskeletal injuries sustained during combat or combat-related activities. Preliminary data required. Funding: $500K over 3 years.

*Clinical Trial Award - Supports clinical trials with the potential to have a major impact on military combat-related orthopaedic injuries, or non-battle injuries that significantly impact unit readiness and return-to-duty/work rates. Funding: $3M over 4 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

9.9 | Thrasher Research Funds: Early Career Awards - Child Health – Concept paper

Funds research topics important to children’s health. Both incidence and severity are considered when determining the significance of a problem being studied. Eligible to apply are: 1. Physicians who are in a residency/fellowship training program, or who completed that program no more than one year before the date of submission of the Concept Paper.  2. Post-doctoral researchers who received their doctorate no more than 3 yrs prior to the date of submitting the Concept Paper.  Funding: up to $25K up to 2 years. Note: Larger awards for established PIs available – see All Year section.

https://www.thrasherresearch.org/SitePages/early-career-award.aspx

 

9.9 | U.S. DOD/DARPA: Microsystems Technology Office BAA

Note: Prior submission of abstracts strongly encouraged well ahead of deadline

Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to: · Imaging Architectures and Systems · Chip Scale Sensors · Electro-Optical Infrared(EO/IR) Technologies · Microelectromechanical Systems · Cold-atom microsystems · Energy-Efficient Computing · Hardware Assurance, Reliability & Validation · Hardware for Advanced Signal Processing · Heterogeneous Integration · Low Power Electronics · Low Volume Microsystems · Microsystem Design & CAD · Directed Energy · Precision Navigation & Timing · RF/Optical Transceivers · Non-Silicon Electronics · Novel Photonic Devices · Photonic & Electronic Interconnects · Processing Techniques for Imaging and Spectral Recognition · Quantum Devices · Signal Processing to Reduce Hardware Requirements · Thermal Management.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=8126dfe6ecec40b5e46df0c286a0ba65&tab=core&_cview=1

 

9.9 | U.S. Army RDECOM-ARDEC: Technology Focused Areas of Interest BAA – White Papers

(Submission anytime up to deadline)

Technology areas of interest include: Advanced Materials,  Testing Methodology, Electronics, Manufacturing Sciences, Modeling and Simulation, Optics, Biometrics, Power, Energy and Environmental Management Sciences, Information and ERP technologies, Acoustics, Data Fusion, Advanced Design Technologies, Sustainment, Health Monitoring and Supply Chain Management, Technology Exploitation

http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/search-grants.html?keywords=W15QKN-13-R-8308

 

9.9 | Russell Sage Foundation: Project & Presidential Awards in Basic Social Science LOI

(Additional deadline: Jan. 9. 2017)

* Behavioral Economics - research that incorporates the insights of psychology and other social sciences into the study of economic behavior.

* Social Inequality - social, economic, political, and labor market consequences of rising economic inequalities in the United States.

* Future of Work - the causes and consequences of changes in the quality of jobs for less- and moderately-skilled workers in the United States.

* Race, Ethnicity, Immigration - multi-disciplinary perspectives on questions stemming from changes in the racial, ethnic, and immigrant-origin composition of the U.S. population

* The social, economic and political effects of health care reform.

Major awards range between $35K - $150K.

http://www.russellsage.org/research/categories/requests-proposals

 

12.9 | American Association for Cancer Research (AACR): NextGen Grants for Transformative Cancer Research

AACR's flagship funding initiative to stimulate highly innovative research from young investigators. This grant mechanism is intended to promote and support creative, paradigm-shifting cancer research that may not be funded through conventional channels. AACR membership is required. Funding: $450,000 for 3 years.

http://www.aacr.org/Funding/Pages/Funding-Detail.aspx?ItemID=48#.V7QXxFt97mh

 

13.9 | Spencer Foundation: Midcareer Grant Program – professional development in education

Funding opportunity for those who are 7-20 years post doctorate and interested in advancing understanding of a compelling problem of education by acquiring new skills, substantive knowledge, etc. $150,000/1 yr.

http://www.spencer.org/content.cfm/midcareer-grant-program

 

14.9 | Foundation for the NIH: Lurie Prize in Biomedical Sciences

The Award in amount of $100K recognizes outstanding achievement by a promising young scientist (age < 52).

http://www.fnih.org/what-we-do/current-lectures-awards-and-events/lurie-prize

 

14.9 | Cystic Fibrosis Foundation:

*Research Awards - Aim: developing and testing new hypotheses and/or new methods in CF research, and to contribute to the understanding of the basic etiology, pathogenesis, therapy of CF. Priority to projects related to CFTR. Funding: $100K per year for 2 yrs.

*Pilot and feasibility awards – Aim: developing and testing new hypotheses and/or new methods, and to support promising new investigators. Funding: $50K/yr for 2 yrs.

www.cff.org/Our-Research/For-Researchers/Research-Grants/#Research_Grants

 

14.9 | Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI): Unsafe Opioid Prescribing / Community-based Palliative Care / Care Transitions for Adults with Sickle Cell Disease - Letters of Intent

* Strategies to Prevent Unsafe Opioid Prescribing in Primary Care among Patients with Acute or Chronic Non-cancer Pain ($5 Million/3 Yrs)

* Community-based Palliative Care Delivery for Adult Patients with Advanced Illnesses and their Caregivers Advance Care Planning (up to $10M over 5 Yrs).

* Management of Care Transitions for Emerging Adults with Sickle Cell Disease ($8 M/5 Yrs).

* Foreign Organizations may apply if there is demonstrable benefit to the US healthcare system and US efforts in the area of patient-centered research.  A US partner may also be beneficial.

http://www.pcori.org/funding-opportunities

 

14.9 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Breast Cancer Research Program– Pre-application

*Breakthrough Award - Supports promising research that has the potential to lead to or make breakthroughs in breast cancer. Clinical trials are allowed. Funding: $2.5 to $10M over 4 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

14.9 | Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT): Grand Challenge-Malaria, Tuberculosis and other diseases - Intent to Apply

GHIT funds innovative, early-stage discovery projects, focused on new technologies and novel approaches to: Buruli ulcer, Chagas disease, Crystosporidium, leishmaniasis, lymphatic filariasis, malaria, mycetoma (non pathogen-specific solution), schistosomiasis, and tuberculosis. Japanese project leader a must. Funding: ¥100 million (~USD 1M) for 2 years

www.ghitfund.org/afag/trp

 

15.9 | Graham Foundation: Grants to Individuals – Production/Presentation & Research/Development – Architecture – Inquiry form  

Goal: Provide opportunities to create, develop, and communicate a project about architecture and the designed environment.

- Production and Presentation: assist individuals with the production-related expenses. Funding: up to $20,000/2 yrs.

- Research and Development: support at early stages of formation. Funding: up to $10,000/1 yr.

http://www.grahamfoundation.org/grant_programs?mode=individual

 

15.9 | SHRM Foundation: The Evolution of Work and the Worker

The SHRM Foundation is a leading funder of HR research: original, rigorous, empirical research studies that are aimed at an academic audience but also have direct, actionable implications for HR practice. Grant funding proposals for up to $200K.

http://www.shrm.org/about/foundation/research/pages/default.aspx

https://www.shrm.org/about/foundation/research/pages/applyforgrant.aspx

 

15.9 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Prostate Cancer Research Program Pre-proposals

* Clinical Consortium Research Site Award- research that will lead to the elimination of death and enhance the well-being of men with prostate cancer.  Funding: up to $600K for 3 years.

 https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

15.9 | Scleroderma Foundation: Established Investigator Grant

Aim: pilot studies to obtain preliminary data dealing with a highly innovative and/or highly relevant theme related to scleroderma. Funds $75,000/year for 2 years.

http://www.scleroderma.org/site/PageServer?pagename=prof_research_apply

 

15.9 | Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Foundation: The Brain Prize

Award to one or more scientists who have distinguished themselves by outstanding contribution (directly or by collaboration), for highly original and influential advances in any area of neuroscience by direct contribution in Europe or in collaboration with researchers in Europe.

€ 1 million personal prize. 

http://www.thebrainprize.org/flx/the_brain_prize/

 

15.9 | Parkinson's Disease Foundation: Translational Research Grants – LOI

Aim: to improve patient outcomes in four areas — cognitive change, dystonia, fatigue and gastrointestinal dysfunction. Funding: $100K for 1 year.

http://www.pdf.org/en/grant_funding_communitychoice?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=news

 

15.9 | American Philosophical Society: Daland Fellowships in Clinical Investigation

 Applicants, both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals, must expect to perform their research at an institution in the    United States, under the supervision of a scientific advisor. Direct contact with patients is required. Stipends fellowship are $80K for 2 years.

http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/daland

 

15.9 | OCLC/ALISE: Library & Information Science Research Grant Program (LISRGP)

Projects contributing to a better understanding of the information environment and user expectations and behaviors. Possible topics:

* Impact of digital technology on libraries, museums, and archives

* Social media, learning, and information-seeking behavior

* New developments in knowledge organization (metadata, social tagging, linked data, etc.)

International proposals and collaborative projects are encouraged, especially from junior faculty. $25,000/1 year.

http://www.oclc.org/research/grants/call.html

 

15.9 | International Team for Implantology: André Schroeder Research Prize in implant dentistry and oral tissue regeneration

The aim of this prize is to promote new scientific findings in implant dentistry, oral tissue regeneration, and related fields. There are two prizes: for Preclinical Research and Clinical Research, each is 10,000 CHF (~$10,650).

http://www.iti.org/?a=1&t=0&y=3001&r=0&n=160&i=&c=25&v=page&o=&s=

 

15.9 | National Headache Foundation: Research Grant for Cluster Headache

Aim: focusing on dealing with cluster headaches. Funding: up to $100,000 per protocol.

http://www.headaches.org/national-headache-foundation-accepting-grant-applications-cluster-headache-research/

 

15.9 | Foundation for Prader-Willi Research: General Grant Program– letter of intent

Accepts applications in all areas of research relevant to PWS, but we are particularly interested in supporting projects that will lead to new interventions to alleviate the symptoms associated with PWS.

https://www.fpwr.org/grant-program

 

16.9 | University of Southern California (USC): The Tyler Prize for Environmental and Medical Achievement
Tyler Prize is awarded for environmental science, health and energy conferring great benefit upon humanity, for any one of the following: The protection, maintenance, improvement or understanding of an ecological or an environmental condition anywhere in the world; The discovery, further development, improvement, or understanding of known or new sources of energy; and Medical discoveries or achievements with such worldwide implications that they significantly benefit environmental aspects of human health. Award is $200,000. Self-nominations are not accepted.

http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/tylerprize/nominate.html

 

16.9 | The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration – AFTD Pilot Grants

AFTD provides support for highly innovative basic and clinical research in frontotemporal degeneration (FTD). Funding: $60,000 for one year.

Please Contact the research authority before applying (no overhead)

http://www.theaftd.org/research/funding-opportunities

http://www.theaftd.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/6-7-2016_2016_Pilot_Grant_RFP_FINAL.pdf

 

16.9 | Alpha-1 Foundation: Research grants– letter of intent

Funds various types of awards: Bridge Fund ($25,000/1yr) for unfunded NIH project; Pilot and Feasibility Grant ($40,000/1 yr) to encourage development of new hypothesis or new methods; Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Grant ($50,000 per yr/2 years) for those postdocs setting pursuing careers in AAT research; Research Grant ($100,000 per yr/2 yrs) for projects that contribute to basic understanding of the biology of AAT; Scientific Meeting Sponsorship Grant ($5,000) supports scientific meetings/workshops/conferences; Travel Grant ($1,000) travel to attend cross training or travel to attend conference/meeting.

http://www.alpha1.org/Investigators/Grants/Grant-Opportunities

 

16.9 | Orphan Disease Center: 2016 Million Dollar Bike Ride Grants

Support for research in the Rare Diseases listed below. Specific stipulations and scientific requirements are indicated for each disease program. Funding: $40,000 - $100,000 for one year.

-          Adult Polyglucosan Body Disease (APBD)

-          Ataxia-Telangiectasia

-          Castleman Disease

-          CFTR Nonsense Mutations

-          Congenital Hyperinsulinism (CHI)

-          Congenital Muscular Dystrophy (CMD)

-          CRB1 degenerative retinal disease

-          Nonsense Mutations in Cystic Fibrosis

-          Dyskeratosis Congenita & Telomere Biology Disorder

-          Fibrous Dysplasia/McCune Albright Syndrome

-          Generalized Lymphatic Anomaly and Gorham-Stout Disease

-          Glut 1 Deficiency (Glucose Transporter Deficiency Syndrome, Glut 1DS)

-          Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM)

-          Mucolipidosis Type IV

-          Mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS)

-          Niemann Pick Type C (NPC) - Postdoctoral Fellowship / Pilot Grant

-          Pitt Hopkins

-          RASopathies

-          Tay-Sachs

-          Snyder-Robinson Syndrome

http://www.med.upenn.edu/orphandisease/rare-disease-overview.html

 

20.9 | Progeria Research Foundation Research Grants

-  Innovator Awards: 2-year awards of up to $75,000/year to allow an investigator to embark on new lines of investigation, and to produce enough preliminary data to be competitive for longer-term funding.

- Established Investigator Awards: 3-year awards of up to $100,000/year for senior investigators established either in the field of Progeria or a field that can be directly applied to Progeria.

- Specialty Awards: for smaller, more technology-driven projects, (sequencing, screening potential drugs, obtaining cell lines (including IPSCs) and preparation of antibodies). Funding range from $5,000-$50,000 length of the project is usually 1 year or less.

http://www.progeriaresearch.org/grant_application.html

 

21.9 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Reconstructive Transplant Research Program (RTRP) Pre-proposals

Investigator-Initiated Research Award: Supports studies that have the potential to make an important contribution to the reconstructive transplant research field, patient care, and/or quality of life. Preliminary or published data required. Funding: up to $1.0 million for 3 years. Partnering PI- up to $1.5 million for 3 years

Technology Development Award: Supports translation of promising preclinical findings into products. Preliminary or published data required. Funding: up to $1.0 million for 3 years.

Qualitative Research Award: Supports qualitative research studies that will help researchers and clinicians to better understand the experiences of individuals who are considering, or have already received, reconstructive transplant surgery. . Funding: Individual PIs- up to $1.0 million for 3 years. Partnering PI- up to $1.5 million for 3 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

22.9 | Conquer Cancer Foundation

- Career Development Award: Initial faculty appointees (within 3 years) seeking to establish an independent clinical cancer research program with a patient-oriented focus, including clinical research and/or translational research involving human subjects may request $200,000 for a three-year project.

- Young Investigator Award: Promotes research in clinical oncology by funding physicians during the transition from a fellowship program to faculty appointment, of those within the last two years of final subspecialty training, and are planning an investigative career in clinical oncology. $50,000 for one year.(K)

https://www.conquercancerfoundation.org/grants-awards

 

23.9 | American Epilepsy Society: Seed Grant Program

Fosters collaborative interactions between two or more established investigators to make future grants related to epilepsy more competitive for larger awards. Funding: $20,000/1 yr.

https://www.aesnet.org/research/funding%20for%20established%20investigatorsrogram

 

23.9 | Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA): 2016 Grant

Aim: improving the lives of those with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS); discovering and developing treatments, cures and technologies benefiting those with Prader-Willi syndrome. Funding: maximum of $100,000 total per project for a 1-2 year.

http://www.pwsausa.org/research-funding-opportunities/

 

25.9 | Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI): Call for 2016 Stockholm Water Prize

Nominee should have made outstanding achievements of lasting significance in: Policy and Practices & Research. For both categories, great achievements in outreach and awareness raising are meritorious, as well as education and training of students, water professionals or communities as well as dissemination of information to and awareness raising of decision-makers and the general public.

http://www.siwi.org/prizes/stockholmwaterprize/nominate/

 

25.9 | Global Young Academy: Call for Membership
GYA primary aim is to unlock the potential of young scientists from around the world; working together. Applications are sought from young, independent scholars who combine the highest level of research excellence with a demonstrated passion for delivering impact. The call is open to all scholars working in any research-based discipline, including the sciences, medicine, engineering, social sciences, the arts and humanities.

http://globalyoungacademy.net/call-for-new-members/

 

27.9 | amFAR – the Foundation for AIDS Research: Investment Grants: Bringing Bioengineers to Cure HIV (Letter of intent)

Aim: to harness technology developed by bioengineers to solve the problems posed by the viral reservoir. Recent advances in nanomachines, synthetic biomarkers, in vivo sensors, multi-omic single cell platforms and other technologies have yet to be evaluated for their usefulness in curing HIV. Funding: up to $1.5 million over four years in three phases.

Please note:

You must request log-in credentials no later than 3:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, September 23.

Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit (overhead- nonprofit)

http://www.amfar.org/Impact-Grants-exploring-HIV-persistence-and-eradication/

 

28.9 | American Council Learned Society (ACLS): ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship – humanities and related social sciences

A collaborative project where the Project Coordinator has a U.S.-based institutional appointment with one or more scholars (rank of assistant or associate professor) outside/inside the U.S. participate on a single, substantive project, such as joint print or web publication, where two or more collaborators will take credit. Provides up to $60,000 in salary replacement per year for two years.

https://www.acls.org/programs/collaborative/

 

30.9 | U.S. Office of Naval Research:

*Navy and Marine Corps Science and Technology Long Range BAA – White papers / Full proposals

Basic research, applied research, or advanced technology development, broad areas including: Computers and Communication, Cyberspace security, Electronics, Sensors and Network Research, Advanced weapons, Force protection technologies, Human, social, culture and behavior modeling, improving human performance, Intelligence and surveillance, Logistic support from sea-based platforms, Maritime sensing, Ocean engineering and marine systems, and undersea signal processing; Ocean, atmosphere and space research, Ship systems and engineering; Materials science and technology, Biomedicine, Sea based aviation; Autonomous systems

Prior to preparing proposals, potential offerors are strongly encouraged to contact the POC. Funding and duration unspecified

http://www.onr.navy.mil/Contracts-Grants/Funding-Opportunities/Broad-Agency-Announcements.aspx

 

30.9 | Fritz Thyssen Foundation – projects in humanities, social sciences, and biomed fields

Support of projects in areas including: history, language & culture; image recognition and forms of representation, art and cultural history; state, economy and society, international relations; molecular causes in the development of illnesses, establishment and evaluation of cell and animal models for the study of genetic illnesses, or analysis of predisposing genes or genes which modify illnesses. Interdisciplinary projects are also welcome. German partner required. Funding: Not specified, approx. €200K. Note: please contact Research Authority if planning to submit - overhead not covered

http://www.fritz-thyssen-stiftung.de/funding/types-of-support/support-of-projects/?L=1

 

30.9 | Baxter International: Baxter BioScience Grants

Support in amount of up to $125K in the following areas:

- Immunology

- Hematology

- Oncology

https://www.baxterbiosciencegrants.com/biogrants/researchGrants.jspa

 

30.9 | Google: Faculty Research Awards –

Aim: to support world-class, permanent faculty pursuing cutting-edge research in areas of mutual interest. Awards through this program are typically for one year and up to $150K. Proposals must have a Google technical sponsor, who will act as a liaison. Topic areas:

•Computational neuroscience

•Geo/maps

•Human-computer interaction

•Information retrieval, extraction, and organization (including semantic graphs)

•Machine learning and data mining

•Machine perception

•Machine translation

•Mobile

•Natural language processing

•Networking

•Physical Interfaces and Immersive Experiences

•Privacy

•Security

•Software engineering and programming languages

•Speech

•Structured data and database management

•Systems (hardware and software)

 

http://research.google.com/university/relations/research_awards.html

 

30.9 | Frick Foundation for Research on ALS: Research Grants

Basic biomedical research for understanding the cause of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).  Funding: 100K CHF (~$105K) over 2 years.

http://frick-fondation.ch/

 

30.9 | National Foundation for Cancer Research: Szent-Györgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research

Aim: to focus attention on the essential role of basic research in understanding cancer and cancer causation, Honor discoveries that have resulted in notable advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Funding: $25K

http://nfcr.org/szent-gyorgyi-prize/

 

1.10 | Cogito Foundation: Research Grants for Interdisciplinary Research on the cultural gap between science and humanities

Goal: to encourage dialogue between science and technology, and humanities and the social sciences. Research should address how the gap developed, what was done to bridge it and how successfully. Real interdisciplinary research cooperation among humanists and scientists is required. Funding: up to 3 yrs. Past projects were awarded between CHF 5,000 to CHF 190,000.

http://www.cogitofoundation.ch/en/typeofgrants/default.asp

 

1.10 | NATO: Science for Peace and Security

Collaborative projects with NATO countries addressing the SPS key priorities include: * counter-terrorism * energy security * cyber defense * defense against chem/bio/radiological/nuclear agents * environmental security * border and port security * mine and UOD detection/clearance.

- Multi-year research & development projects of 3-4 yrs. The budget is not specified. In past years the budget was limited to €400,000 over the 3 yr period.

- Advanced Training Course: 5-7 day course averaging €60,000.

- Advanced Research Workshop: 2-5 day workshop averaging €30,000-€40,000.

NATO countries: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, UK and US.

Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit (Overhead).

http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_85373.htm

http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natolive/85291.htm

 

1.10 | FEBS/EMBO: Women in (Life) Science Award

Nominees should be excellent female scientists who have made significant contributions to molecular life sciences in the last 5 years. Funding: €10K

http://www.febs.org/our-activities/awards/febs-embo-women-in-science-award/

 

1.10 | Hereditary Disease Foundation – Huntington’s disease - letters of intent

Aim: contribution to the identification and understanding of the basic defect in Huntington’s disease.

- Research Grant: in below areas of interest. $50,000/1 year (with possible renewal).

- Postdoctoral Fellowships:  $60,000/2 years

http://hdfoundation.org/applying-for-funding/

 

1.10 | Endometriosis Foundation of America: Research Grant

Aim: To enhance the evidence base related to endometriosis. Funding: $25K.

http://www.endofound.org/funding-opportunities

 

1.10 | Life Sciences Research Foundation (LSRF): postdoctoral fellowship

Funding outstanding postdoctoral fellows in all areas of the life sciences. Individuals who have held a PhD or MD degree for more than 5 years at the time of application are not eligible for an LSRF fellowship. Funding:  $60,000/year for three years ($180,000 total).

http://www.lsrf.org/apply

 

1.10 | Honor Frost Foundation (HFF): Grant Applications - in marine and maritime archaeology in Eastern Mediterranean

Awards to assist works in progress or pilot studies aligned to the Foundation’s mission on marine and maritime archaeology projects, training, and education with a focus on the Eastern Mediterranean. £10,000.

http://honorfrostfoundation.org/index.php/grant-applications/

 

1.10 | Scoliosis Research Society (SRS): Funding opportunities

Small Exploratory Grant- designed specifically for new investigators who have a preliminary concept. Funding:  up to $10,000 for 1 year.

New Investigator Grant- targeted towards new investigators (a fellow or within 10 years of completion of fellowship) Funding: up to $25,000 for two years.

Standard Investigator Grant- any area of spinal deformity research. Funding: up to $25,000 per year for 2 years.

Alf Nachemson Evidence Based Medicine Grant- given to studies that aim to provide the best available evidence by which to improve our knowledge and practice in the care of patients with spinal deformities. Funding: up to $25,000 per year up to two years.

http://www.srs.org/professionals/research-and-journal/research-grants

 

1.10 | Gairdner Foundation: Canada Gairdner International Award in Biomedicine

These awards are given to biomedical scientists who have made original contributions to medicine resulting in increased understanding of human biology and disease. $100,000 CDN.

http://www.gairdner.org/content/how-nominate

1.10 | ZiF - Center for Interdisciplinary Research: Research Group 2017/18 - Draft proposals

The ZiF is an internationally operating Institute for Advanced Study. For several months up to one year fellows reside at the ZiF center of Bielefeld University and work together on a broader research theme. Funding: (1) Research group with a duration of 10 months - €500,000; (2) Research group with a duration of 5 months - €250,000, support by a research assistance, and a professional infrastructure (i.e. accommodation, conference facilities).

http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/ZIF/Foerderung/fg.html

 

3.10 | MacArthur Foundation: 100&Change Competition (online registration by 2.9)

The competition will award a single proposal designed to help solve a critical problem affecting people, places, or the planet. Applicants must identify both the problem they are trying to solve, as well as their proposed solution. Funding: $100 million grant.

https://www.macfound.org/press/press-releases/new-macarthur-competition-award-100-million-help-solve-critical-social-problem/

 

3.10 | IBM Center for The Business of Government: Research Report Stipends

Funds practical findings and actionable recommendations (as opposed to pure theory or concepts) involving public management research and analytic techniques so to aid public sector executives and managers in the improvement of the effectiveness of government. $20,000 for each report.

http://www.businessofgovernment.org/content/research-stipends

 

3.10 | National Academy of Sciences: various nominations in various fields

Arctowski Medal (solar physics/solar terrestrial relationships) award of $100,000, plus $100,000 to support research

Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship (physics of the Earth - including oceans and atmosphere) $50,000 prize and funds to present a series of Day Lectures

Henry Draper Medal (recent discovery in astronomical physics) Medal is awarded every four years and is presented with a $25,000 prize

NAS Award for Chemistry in Service to Society The award is presented with a $20,000 prize

NAS Award for Scientific Reviewing (criminology) a $20,000 prize.

NAS Award for the Industrial Application of Science (computer science) $25,000 prize

NAS Award in Chemical Sciences a medal and a $15,000 cash prize.

Pradel Research Award a $50,000 award for neuroscience research

Troland Research Awards (psychology, young investigator) Two Troland Research Awards of $75,000

http://goo.gl/PgzVH2

 

3.10 | Cancer Research Institute – CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship

Funds the training of young immunologists and cancer immunologists to work and continue training under guidance of a world-leading immunologists that prepares the fellow for a productive and successful career. $175,500/3 yrs.

http://www.cancerresearch.org/grants-programs/grants-fellowships/cri-irvington-postdoctoral-fellowships

 

3.10 | Simons Foundation: Simons Collaborations in Mathematics and the Physical Sciences

Aim: to stimulate progress on fundamental scientific questions of major importance in mathematics, theoretical physics, and theoretical computer science. Funding: up to $2.5 million for 4 years. Please note: The collaboration director should hold a faculty, or equivalent, position at a U.S. or Canadian institution with a Ph.D. program

https://www.simonsfoundation.org/funding/funding-opportunities/mathematics-physical-sciences/simons-collaborations-in-mathematics-and-the-physical-sciences/

5.10 | National MS Society (NMSS): Pilot Research in multiple sclerosis

Aim: testing of innovative, cutting-edge ideas or untested methods, and gathering preliminary data to apply for longer-term funding. One year support for fundamental as well as applied studies, non-clinical or clinical in nature, including projects in patient management, care and rehabilitation.

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/For-Professionals/Researchers/Society-Funding/Pilot-Research-Grants

 

5.10 | Promobilia Foundation: Development of technical assistance for motion restrained people and for dyslexics

Projects that develop technical aids (tools) for mobility of handicapped, and address the comprehension of reading and writing difficulties. Funding $10,000-$100,000 for around two-year projects.

http://www.promobilia.se/our-grants/?lang=en

 

5.10 | Parkinson's UK: Small grants scheme

Funds small-scale research projects and pilot studies, focused on finding a cure and better treatments for Parkinson's, improving life for people living with the condition – either in the short or long term. Requires UK PI. Funding: £50K for 2 years.

http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/content/small-grants-scheme

 

12.10 | National Psoriasis Foundation:  Various opportunities
Discovery Grant
: Preliminary ideas and proof-of-concept experiments, new research programs in the field of psoriatic disease. Funding: up to $75,000 for one year.

Translational Research Grant: research initiatives that focus on the rapid translation of basic scientific discoveries into clinical applications. Funding: up to $100K/year over 2 years.

Early Career Research Grant: Support for either graduate students or postdoctoral researchers proposing research projects related to any aspect of psoriatic disease.

https://www.psoriasis.org/grants

 

13.10 | Simons Foundation: Targeted Grants to Institutes

The program is intended to support established institutes or centers in the mathematics and physical sciences through funding to help strengthen contacts within the international scientific community. Funding:  $100,000 to $200,000 / year3-5 years.

https://www.simonsfoundation.org/funding/funding-opportunities/mathematics-physical-sciences/targeted-grants-to-institutes/

 

13.10 | BrightFocus Foundation (AHAF): Alzheimer’s disease Research Grants

- Standard Award: funding of $300,000 over 3 years for researchers who have already generated some amount of preliminary data.

- Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards for young researchers in their final stages of mentored training. These awards are meant to fund projects in an established laboratory that will serve as the basis for the applicant's own independent research career. Funding: $100,000 over 2 years.

http://www.brightfocus.org/grants/types-grants

 

13.10 | European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious diseases (ESCMID): Research grants 2017

Aim: These grants help young outstanding investigators pursue ground-breaking research in the fields of clinical microbiology and infectious diseases. Research must be carried out in Europe. Funding: from EUR 20,000 to EUR 50,000 for 1-2 years

https://www.escmid.org/profession_career/awards_grants/research_grants/

 

14.10 | Institut Mérieux: Research Grants Program in infectious diseases, cancer and cardiovascular diseases, nutrition, food and water safety

(Application deadlines in 2016: January 29 / May 20 / October 14)

Mérieux grants are open to basic, clinical-and/or technology-driven research projects. Grant application requires a short proposal. Two types of Grants are available:

Advanced Research Grants: provide €100K - €200K for 2 years and are dedicated to very innovative projects.

Starting Research Grants: provide €40K for 2 years and are dedicated to very promising projects that will need further nurturing.

http://www.institut-merieux.com/uk/politique_grants.php

http://www.institut-merieux.com/include/pdf/merieux_researchgrantsdescription_11.2015.pdf

 

15.10 | Danone Institute: Yogurt in Nutrition Grant

Aim: projects focused on health benefits associated with yogurt consumption (particularly encouraged: mechanisms of action; pediatric populations; and- Live microbes and milk fermentation benefits). Funding: $30K for up to 2 years.

http://www.yogurtinnutrition.com/2016-call-research-proposals-apply-now/

 

15.10 | Angelman Syndrome Foundation (ASF): Call for Angelman Syndrome Research Proposals

Purpose: to support of Angelman syndrome (AS) research. Highest priority will be given to pilot projects to test new ideas about pathogenesis and therapeutics of AS. Funding: up to $100,000 per year for 1 or 2 years.

http://www.angelman.org/research/call-for-proposals/

 

18.10 | NIH: Emerging Questions in Cancer Systems Biology - LOI

(Additional deadlines: May 23 2017, October 24 2017, May 22 2018, Oct 23 2018)

Aim: Collaborative interdisciplinary (physical and life science) research projects that utilize systems biology approaches to address emerging questions in cancer initiation, progression, and treatment. Projects must integrate experimental biology and computational modeling to test and validate novel hypotheses in cancer research. Duration: 5 years max. (U01 Cooperative agreement)

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-16-131.html

 

19.10 | Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research: Multiple opportunities – Pre-proposals

Target Advancement: Focus on filling key translational gaps specific to particular targets. Funding: $100K for 1 year.

Therapeutic Pipeline Program: Disease-modifying or symptomatic strategies, either at pre-clinical or clinical stages. Funding: pre-clinical-$250K-400K over 2 yrs; clinical-by project requirements.

Outcome Measures: Seeks improved tools to assist in target validation, clinical trial design, execution and interpretation of results, including Imaging studies, Clinical/physiological studies, Biochemical assays/ outcome measures, Data Science. No set budget, up to 3 yrs.

https://www.michaeljfox.org/research/apply-for-grant.html

 

21.10 | American Chemical Society (ACS): 'New Directions' grants in the petroleum field

Supports new research directions in the petroleum field. Fundamental research is required as opposed to applied research or methods development. ND grants are to be used to illustrate proof of concept/feasibility. Funding: $110,000/ 2 yrs.    

https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/funding-and-awards/grants/prf/programs/nd.html

 

21.10 | Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA): 2016-2017 Request for Proposals

Aim: ideas that have the potential to lead to near-term clinical application in melanoma prevention, detection, diagnosis, staging, and treatment. Funding: *Young Investigator Award - $75K/year for 2-3 years. *Established Investigator Award - $125K/year for 2-3 years. *Pilot Award - $50K/year for 2 years.*Established Investigator Academic-Industry Partnership Awards: $100K/year for 2-3 years 

http://www.curemelanoma.org/research/request-for-proposals/

 

 

27.10 | Volkswagen Foundation: "Original – isn’t it?" New Options for the Humanities and Cultural Studies

Aim: encourage humanities and cultural studies projects of groundbreaking originality, such as new approaches, new theories, anything that contradicts established knowledge etc. Teams of up to 4 researchers, German partner a must. Funding: €150K for 1.5 years. Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit - overhead not covered.

https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/en/funding/challenges-for-academia-and-society/original-isnt-it.html

 

28.10 | Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA): Biomedical Research Grant

Aim: biomedical research for delivering significant and measurable advances in understanding and treating the disease. Collaboration with UK required. Funding: up to £85K/year for up to 3 years.

http://www.mndassociation.org/research/for-researchers/research-grants/type-of-grant/biomedical-research-project-grants/

 

30.10 | U.S. DHHS - BARDA: Advanced Research in Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Medical Countermeasures (BAA) – White paper

Additional deadlines for areas 1,2,3,6:  30.1.17, 30.4.17, 30.7.17, 30.9.17. Areas 4,5: Open until 30.9.17.

Aim: advanced research and development of medical countermeasures for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents, focused on: 1. Vaccines 2. Antitoxins and Therapeutics Proteins 3. Antimicrobial Therapeutics 4. Radiological / Nuclear Threat Medical Countermeasures 5. Chemical Threat Medical Countermeasures 6. Clinical Diagnostics. Efforts proposed may include activities in Non-Clinical Research Development, Process Development, Formulation, and Manufacturing Development, and Clinical Evaluation.

https://goo.gl/ocMc6V

 

31.10 | Morton Cure Paralysis Fund (MCPF): Research Grant

Developing effective therapies for paralysis associated with spinal cord injury and other disorders of the central nervous system (CNS). The focus areas are:

* The effects of spinal cord injury at the cellular level, particularly with emphasis on that which determines apoptosis and/or prohibits regrowth.

* Strategies to promote neuronal growth and survival, encourage the formation of synapses, enhance the production of myelin, restore conduction capabilities, or otherwise lead to restoration of the compromised circuitry in the acutely and chronically injured CNS.

* Evaluating new therapies in clinical trial.

Most research awards range from $5K to $75K and are based on one-year contracts. A second year may be considered.

Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit (overhead)

http://www.mcpf.org/Pages/Resources.aspx

 

31.10 | Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) - Innovative Grants

Aim: projects addressing key outstanding questions with the potential to lead to a change in the current paradigm or conventional wisdom and/or lead to a groundbreaking discovery. Applications in the area of complications will not be accepted Funding: $110,000 for one year.

http://grantcenter.jdrf.org/information-for-applicants/grant-mechanism-descriptions/innovative-grants/

 

31.10 | Kidnees: Research Grant

Aim: to encourage and support research in sciences related to the investigation of DENSE DEPOSIT DISEASE (DDD), a type of C3 GLOMERULOPATHY (C3G). Appropriate areas of research include diagnosis, management and pathogenesis of this disease. These can involve physiological, biochemical, pharmacological, physical, genetic, environmental, or pathological investigations. (North America and Europe). Funding: $50K for 1 year.

http://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/kidneeds/kidneeds%20research.htm

 

31.10 | ARVO Foundation for Eye Research: Genentech Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Research Fellowships

Basic research in the understanding of AMD and translational AMD research focused on therapeutics. $40,000/1 year.

http://www.arvo.org/foundation/AMD/

 

31.10 | International Foundation for Research in Paraplegia (IRP): IRP Research Grants

Clinical or Basic Research on CNS Regeneration, Neuroprotection and Functional Restoration with special emphasis on the spinal cord. Funding: 150,000 Swiss Francs

For two years.

http://www.irp.ch/fr/research/grants.php.

 

1.11 | Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC): Advancing anti-doping in sports – Pre-application

PCC supports high-quality, high-impact, novel research that has a high likelihood of success and of resulting in methods or products that will advance the anti-doping field and ensure integrity in sport. Areas of investigation reflect the PCC's current research priorities:

- Developing methods of cost-effective testing to detect and deter the use of banned and illegal substances.

- Developing testing protocols to detect designer substances used for doping purposes.

- Improving existing analytical methods to detect particular drugs, ex. GH, IGF-1, EPO, hCG.

- Developing analytical methods to detect performance enhancing drugs not currently detectable.

- Longitudinal urinary excretion patterns, metabolism and dose-concentration.

- Studies to determine the changes over time observed after doping agents are applied

- Alternative specimens, (ex. oral fluid, dried blood/plasma spots) for testing.

- Critical reviews to support interpretation of laboratory data.

Funding: between $10,000 to $400,000

http://www.cleancompetition.org/pages/apply.aspx

 

1.11 | Wenner-Gren Foundation: Anthropological research Postdoc

Awarded to individuals holding a Ph.D. or equivalent degree to support individual research projects. Support for basic research in anthropology without preference for any methodology, research location, or subfield. The Foundation particularly welcomes proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or integrate two or more subfields. Funding: up to $20K. Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit (overhead).
http://www.wennergren.org/programs/post-phd-research-grants

 

1.11 | Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America: Senior Research Awards (LOI)

Proposal relevant to inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's Disease or ulcerative colitis). Funding: $115K per year, for up to 3 years.

http://www.ccfa.org/science-and-professionals/research/grants-fellowships/senior-research-awards.html

 

1.11 | Spencer Foundation: Education Research - Small Grants

Additional deadlines: February 1, 2017

Aim: support pilot research projects that will contribute to the improvement of education, broadly conceived (range of topics includes education, psychology, sociology, economics, history, and anthropology). Funding: up to $50,000, two programs are available:

Please contact Research Authority if planning to submit. (Nonprofit)

http://www.spencer.org/small-research-grants

 

1.11 | Oxalosis & Hyperoxaluria Foundation (OHF): Research Grant program

The OHF seeks to support research that will ultimately lead to new diagnostics, treatments, and a cure for Primary Hyperoxaluria and related Hyperoxaluria conditions. Funding: $200,000 over 2 years.

http://ohf.org/grants-funding/

 

3.11 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Breast Cancer Research Program– Pre-application

*Breakthrough Award (1 and 2 Levels)- Supports promising research that has the potential to lead to or make breakthroughs in breast cancer. Clinical trials are allowed. Funding: Level 1- up to $375K/$600K (partnering PI) for 3 years. Level 2- up to $750K/$1 million (partnering PI) for 3 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

9.11 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Parkinson’s Research Program – Pre-applications

*Focused Idea Award – Supports innovative research that addresses at least one of the following: Studies of the neurovascular unit in Parkinson’s disease; Identification and evaluation of mechanisms in early Parkinson’s disease involving olfactory, microbiome, gastrointestinal, and/or autonomic nervous systems; neuroplasticity and compensation in Parkinson’s disease, factors influencing Parkinson’s disease progression in specific populations. Funding: up to $350K for 3 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

15.11 | CurePSP: Research Grants in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD)

CurePSP promotes research that helps generate an integrated picture of PSP and CBD at the molecular & cellular levels.

Funding: Up to $100K over 3 years.  Application deadlines are quarterly on March 15, July 15, and November 15.

http://www.psp.org/research/researchers/

 

15.11 | U.S. DOD USSOCOM BAA: Medical Research – Pre-application

Additional deadlines: April 14, 2017

Scientific projects, basic and applied research, for special medical drugs or equipment for special operation forces in extreme and remote environments. Specific interests include: Training Technologies; Prolonged Field Care; Damage Control Resuscitation (Wound Management, Analgesia: Far Forward Blood Transfusion, Surgical Stabilization); Portable Lab Assays and Diagnostics; Acclimatization; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Diagnostics, Treatment, and Prophylaxis; Canine Medicine, Human Operational Performance (Optimal Performance, Nutrition, Heart Rate Variability, Physiology). Funding: $700K over 2 years.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=283046

 

15.11 | American Tinnitus Association: Research Program

The program financially supports scientific studies investigating tinnitus. Studies must be directly concerned with tinnitus and contribute to ATA's goal of finding a cure. Funding: max of $150K at $50K/YR over three years.

http://www.ata.org/research-toward-cure/research-program/apply-grant

 

16.11 | Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF): Strategic Research Agreements – project concepts

(Additional deadlines: 8.2.17)

Provides research funding for single or multiple investigators to address critical gaps and challenges and potential breakthroughs in Type 1 diabetes research. Budget and project duration variable.

http://jdrf.org/grant-center/grant-opportunities-and-deadlines/

 

16.11 | BrightFocus Foundation (AHAF): National Glaucoma Research Grants

Goal: to advance innovative research promoting advances in the etiology, prevention, and treatments of Glaucoma by researchers who have already generated some amount of preliminary data. Funding: $150K over 2 years.

http://www.brightfocus.org/grants/types-grants

 

23.11 | U.S. DOD/CDMRP: Reconstructive Transplant Research Program (RTRP)– Concept Award – Pre-proposals

Funds the exploration of a highly innovative new concept or untested theory that addresses an important problem relevant to reconstructive transplant.

Topic areas include:* Immune system regulation as specifically applied to VCA * Improve ex vivo VCA tissue preservation techniques or technologies to extend the time between procurement and transplantation (goal: 24 hours) * Reconstructive transplantation rehabilitation * Graft surveillance – acute and chronic clinical monitoring. Preliminary data not allowed. Funding: up to $200K for 18 months.

https://ebrap.org/eBRAP/public/Program.htm

 

26.11 Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF): LOI (Proposal due 10.12, LOI 2 weeks prior)

* ApoE Therapeutics Innovation Program-novel therapeutics specifically designed to target apoE pathological mechanisms. Funding: Pre-clinical-$300K for up to 2 years; Clinical-up to $1 million.

*Preclinical Drug Discovery and Biomarker Development – Funding: ~$150K for 1 year

*ADDF/NIH - assistance for relevant NIH grant applications that were scored but not funded.

http://www.alzdiscovery.org/research-and-grants/request-for-proposal

 

30.11 | John Templeton Foundation: (Online Funding Inquiry Form)

** Science & the Big Questions:

- Mathematical & Physical Sciences: Foundational questions in mathematics or that seek a deeper understanding of the nature of reality within the realm of physics, cosmology, astronomy, chemistry, or other physical sciences. Projects that are unlikely to be supported by conventional funding sources are especially encouraged.

- Life Sciences: Projects investigating the evolution and fundamental nature of life, human life, and mind, especially as they relate to issues of meaning and purpose. Projects are welcome from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including the biological sciences, neuroscience, archeology, and paleontology.

- Human Sciences: Projects that apply the tools of anthropology, sociology, political science, and psychology to the various moral and spiritual concepts as altruism, creativity, free will, generosity, gratitude, intellect, love, prayer, and purpose.

- Philosophy & Theology: Projects that attempt to develop new philosophical and theological insights, especially (but not only) in relation to advances in scientific understanding.

- Science in Dialogue: Projects that bring one or more scientific disciplines into a mutually enriching discussion with theology and/or philosophy, whether for a scholarly audience or the public at large.

** Character Virtue Development

** Individual Freedom & Free Markets: Research intended to liberate the initiative of individuals and nations and to establish the necessary conditions for the success of profit-making enterprise

** Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius: Support for young people who demonstrate exceptional talent in mathematics and science

Funding: Grants up to $217,400 (Deadline for larger grants-Aug.31), up to 3 years.

www.templeton.org/what-we-fund/core-funding-areas

 

30.11 | Association for Computing Machinery: Turing and other ACM Awards in Computer Science

ACM recognizes excellence through its eminent series of awards for outstanding technical and professional achievements and contributions in computer science and information technology. These include:

-Turing Award is given for major contributions of lasting importance to computing. Recipients are invited to give the annual A.M. Turing Award Lecture. Prize: $1 million.

-The ACM - Infosys Foundation Award in the Computing Sciences recognizes personal contributions by young scientists to a major innovation that has impact on computing theory or practice. Prize: $175,000.

-Grace Murray Hopper Award to the outstanding young (<35 yrs) computer professional of the year, selected on the basis of a single recent major technical or service contribution. Prize: $35,000.

Other awards include: Distinguished Service Award, Outstanding Contribution to ACM Award, Software System Award, and more.

http://awards.acm.org/award_nominations.cfm

 

1.12 | Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF): Sinergia collaborative projects in humanities & social sciences, mathematics, biology & medicine, and natural & engineering sciences

Interdisciplinary, collaborative and breakthrough projects consisting of 2-4 applicants, one of which can be outside Switzerland. Funding: CHF50K – CHF 3.2M over 1-4 years (typically CHF 200K per year per group).

http://www.snf.ch/en/funding/programmes/sinergia/Pages/default.aspx

 

2.12 | Gerda Henkel Stiftung: Special Programme Security, Society and the State

The special programme is sub-divided into five thematic areas:

1. Challenges of new technologies

2. Public Administration and Human Security

3. Patterns of Conflict Resolution between the State and Traditional Actors

4. Non-Governmental Actors as Partners and Contenders of the State

5. Security Strategies between Doctrine Formation and Implementation

http://www.gerda-henkel-stiftung.de/spsss_eng

 

15.12 | U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory: Power and Thermal Management Technology Development Program- White Paper

(Submission anytime up to deadline)

Innovative technologies and scientific and programmatic services on the following application areas: Integrated Power and Thermal Subsystems, Special Purpose Power and Thermal, Battlespace Fuels. Funding: $200K-$ 3 million for up to 3 years.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=ad08e452a340141c1546ca38d1787140&tab=core&_cview=1

 

15.12 | McGovern Institute for Brain Research: Scolnick Prize in Neuroscience

The Prize, $150,000, is awarded annually to recognize outstanding advances in the field of neuroscience. Self-nomination is not permitted.

http://mcgovern.mit.edu/events/scolnick-prize/call-for-nominations

 

21.12 | U.S. DOD/DARPA: Strategic Technologies BAA

Note: Prior submission of executive summaries and abstracts are strongly encouraged well ahead of deadline

DARPA is seeking ideas and technologies with potential for significant capability improvement across the focus areas: Battle Management (manned and unmanned systems), Communication, Electronic Warfare, Intelligence and Surveillance, GPS, Marine undersea technologies.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=ca75353021370d80db072912da8dda66&tab=core&_cview=0

 

31.12 | Baxter International: Baxter BioScience Grants

Support in amount of up to $125K in the following areas:

- Immunology

- Hematology

- Oncology

https://www.baxterbiosciencegrants.com/biogrants/researchGrants.jspa

 

31.12 | U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) BAA – Pre-proposals

ERDC is soliciting proposals for basic and applied research in the broad fields of hydraulics, dredging, coastal engineering, instrumentation, oceanography, remote sensing, geotechnical engineering, earthquake engineering, soil effects, vehicle mobility, self-contained munitions, military engineering, geophysics, pavements, protective structures, aquatic plants, water quality, dredged material, treatment of hazardous waste, wetlands, physical/mechanical/ chemical properties of snow and other frozen precipitation, infrastructure and environmental issues for installations, computer science, telecommunications management, energy, facilities maintenance, materials and structures, engineering processes, environmental processes, land and heritage conservation, and ecological processes. This research is conducted by contract.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=19e9ae39c6ecc9aed31bfddd8be9dd82&tab=core&_cview=0

 

31.12 | U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR): Naval Research Laboratories (NRL) BAA – White papers required

Aim: innovative proposals that offer potential for advancement and improvement in broad technical topic areas, including: Radar, Computing, Information management, Decision architecture, Adversarial behavior modeling, Optical sciences, Electronic warfare, Chemistry, Bio-molecular science, Materials, High Temperature Plasma, Remote sensors, Oceanography, Geospatial technology, Space science. Note: Contact Research Authority if considering; Contracts expected, though grants may also be awarded if appropriate.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=8ca6d8582f0fa7c865c5ab55dcef2700&tab=core&_cview=0

http://heron.nrl.navy.mil/contracts/index04.htm

 

31.12 | UNESCO: Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences

Aim: to encourage development of networks of centers of excellence in the life sciences contributing to improving the quality of human life. Funding: $300K for 1 year.

http://goo.gl/rDeQAy

 

31.12 | European Pain Federation: EFIC-GRÜNENTHAL GRANT for Pain research

Aim: supporting young scientists to carry out innovative clinical pain research. Research Grants are intended for clinical and human experimental pain research. € 40,000/ 2 years

http://www.e-g-g.info/grt-egg/50200028.jsp

 

1.2.17 | World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH): Clinical Research Grant Program – Letter of Intent

Aim:  to create better evidence for the clinical management of hemophilia A and B, von Willebrand disease, rare factor deficiencies, and inherited platelet disorders. The program is peer reviewed and is open to researchers globally. Funding: $10,000-$50,000 per year, max period is 2 years.

http://www.wfh.org/en/our-work/wfh-clinical-research-grant-program

 

8.2.17 | Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF): Strategic Research Agreements – project concepts

Provides research funding for single or multiple investigators to address critical gaps and challenges and potential breakthroughs in Type 1 diabetes research. Budget and project duration variable.

http://jdrf.org/grant-center/grant-opportunities-and-deadlines/

 

31.3.17 | U.S. Army Research Office: BAA Basic and Applied Scientific Research – White papers

(Submission anytime up to deadline)

Research areas include: Mechanical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Electronics, Computing Science, Physics, Chemical Sciences, Life Sciences, Materials Science, Network Science.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=3daed3725229e80ec967618d9a9d6929&tab=core&_cview=1

 

3.4.17 | IBM Center for The Business of Government: Research Report Stipends

Funds practical findings and actionable recommendations (as opposed to pure theory or concepts) involving public management research and analytic techniques so to aid public sector executives and managers in the improvement of the effectiveness of government. $20,000 for each report.

http://www.businessofgovernment.org/content/research-stipends

 

14.4.17 | U.S. DOD USSOCOM BAA: Medical Research – Pre-application

Scientific projects, basic and applied research, for special medical drugs or equipment for special operation forces in extreme and remote environments. Specific interests include: Training Technologies; Prolonged Field Care; Damage Control Resuscitation (Wound Management, Analgesia: Far Forward Blood Transfusion, Surgical Stabilization); Portable Lab Assays and Diagnostics; Acclimatization; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Diagnostics, Treatment, and Prophylaxis; Canine Medicine, Human Operational Performance (Optimal Performance, Nutrition, Heart Rate Variability, Physiology). Funding: $700K over 2 years.

http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=283046

 

27.4.17 | U.S. DOD/DARPA: Biological Technologies – Abstracts

(Abstracts accepted on a rolling basis until deadline)

Revolutionary research in various areas such as: neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science; interfaces between the biological and physical world; rules that govern biological system behavior; forward engineering of biological systems; computational models; population and ecosystem behavior; technologies for agricultural ecosystems; non-human biology across and between populations of microbes, insects, plants, marine life; biosafety and biosecurity; emerging threats to food and water supplies and countermeasures; infectious diseases. (Abstracts should be submitted in advance of deadline, to allow time for response and proposal submission)

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=554fc440fe8689512243aabe0a1fb789&tab=core&_cview=0

 

2.5.17 | U.S. Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA): BAA

(Proposals accepted on a rolling basis until deadline. Pre-submission of abstracts recommended)

Aim: high-risk, high-payoff research that has the potential to provide intelligence advantage, in the following areas: Anticipatory intelligence, Analysis, Operations, Collection. Duration: 12 months or less.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&tab=core&id=e981a475270d25612995f432c32d06e4

 

2.5.17 | U.S. DOD/DARPA: Defense Sciences Office (DSO) BAA – Executive Summaries

(Executive summaries accepted on a rolling basis until deadline)

Aim: revolutionary research efforts applicable to the following areas: Mathematics, Modeling, and Design; Physical Systems; Human-Machine Systems; Social Systems.

www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=028fd5d5bf74f32be40d0528a3b0e5ba&tab=core&_cview=0

 

23.5.17 | NIH: Emerging Questions in Cancer Systems Biology - LOI

(Additional deadlines: October 24 2017, May 22 2018, Oct 23 2018)

Aim: Collaborative interdisciplinary (physical and life science) research projects that utilize systems biology approaches to address emerging questions in cancer initiation, progression, and treatment. Projects must integrate experimental biology and computational modeling to test and validate novel hypotheses in cancer research. Duration: 5 years max. (U01 Cooperative agreement)

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-16-131.html

 

5.7.17 | Volkswagen Foundation: Experiment! – In search of bold research ideas in science and engineering, life sciences and psychology

The initiative supports daring new research concepts in science and engineering, as well as in the life sciences including behavioural biology and experimental psychology through a fast and small grant scheme. German partner required as PI. Funding: € 100K for 1.5 years. Contact Research Authority if planning to submit (overhead).

http://goo.gl/gZo8jy

 

30.9.2017 | U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): Broad Agency Announcement

(Submission anytime up to deadline)

Aim: special projects and programs associated with NOAA's strategic plan and mission goals: (a) Understand and predict the impacts of a changing climate on weather patterns, water resources, and ocean and coastal ecosystems; (b) Assist society in preparing for and responding to weather-related events; (c) Maintain marine fisheries, habitats, and biodiversity sustained within healthy and productive ocean ecosystems. (d) Increase resiliency of coastal and great lakes communities and ensure they are environmentally and economically sustainable.

https://coast.noaa.gov/funding/_pdf/NOAA-BAA-NOAA-NFA-NFAPO-2016-2004791-posted-12.30.2015-closing-09.30.2017.pdf

 

24.10.17 | NIH: Emerging Questions in Cancer Systems Biology - LOI

(Additional deadlines: May 22 2018, Oct 23 2018)

Aim: Collaborative interdisciplinary (physical and life science) research projects that utilize systems biology approaches to address emerging questions in cancer initiation, progression, and treatment. Projects must integrate experimental biology and computational modeling to test and validate novel hypotheses in cancer research. Duration: 5 years max. (U01 Cooperative agreement)

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-16-131.html

 

5.2.18 | U.S. Army Behavioral and Social Sciences BAA – White paper

(Full proposals accepted on a rolling basis until deadline)

Aim: basic, applied, and advanced scientific research on topics such as: improved training, team performance, simulation tools, personnel assessment, organizational behavior, cross-cultural operations.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=f6fef3f4e6dec72bc450ecd800ad1403&tab=core&_cview=1

 

31.12.18 | U.S. DHS - Science & Technology: Long Range BAA – Homeland Security – White paper

(White papers accepted on a rolling basis until deadline)

Aim: support basic and applied homeland security research in the following areas: Border and Maritime Security, development of standards in the areas of Digital Imaging and Communication Security, Cyber Security, Explosives Countermeasures, First Responder Capabilities, Data-driven Analytics Solution Architectures.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=5f2eabdf6207bf8e46a7b2102ad26e66&tab=core&_cview=0

 

 

Foreign - all year round:

 

Cancer Research:

 

Rising Tide Foundation: Programs in Libertarian, Social/education, and Cancer Funding

-       Cancer Research: novel option to prevent, detect, diagnose or treat cancer / all types / early stage clinical trials preferred / translational research if directly linked to a clinical trial / clinical trials that can be activated within 3 years or less.

Funding/duration not specified.

http://www.risingtide-foundation.org/#!grant-programs/c1ugo

 

Solving Kids’ Cancers: The Therapeutic Development Initiative (TDI) - neuroblastoma, pediatric CNS tumors and/or sarcomas

TDI supports clinical testing of promising therapies that may significantly improve treatment for children with pediatric cancer. Final pre-clinical work that is requisite to the submission of a protocol may be considered in certain circumstances. The clinical study must focus on neuroblastoma, pediatric CNS tumors and/or sarcomas. Additional pediatric cancer types included in the study protocol may be acceptable. Funding: $50K - $600K over 2 years.  

http://www.solvingkidscancer.org/researchandgrants/instructions

 

Pediatric Low Grade Astrocytoma Foundation (PLGA): Brain Tumor Research Grants

Proposals related to basic and translational projects that can advance understanding of the underlying biology of the development and treatment of PLGA tumors will be considered. Investigators in the early years of their careers are encouraged to apply. Funding can be awarded over one to three years.  

http://akidsbraintumorcure.org/medical-research-on-childhood-brain-tumors/apply-for-a-plga-sponsored-grant/

 

The Gateway for Cancer Research: Treatment Innovator

At The Gateway, our focus is on supporting treatment innovators who are innovating TODAY - researchers who seek treatments that can help save the lives of today's cancer patients. We encourage interdisciplinary teams and there are legal regulations when an MD needs to be involved.  * Gateway doesn’t fund: basic research and pre-clinical research in animals and no early prevention, detection, retrospective or educational studies.  

https://www.gatewaycr.org/research/apply-for-a-grant/

 

Union for International Cancer Control (UICC): International Cancer Technology Transfer (ICRETT) Fellowships

One month fellowship ($3400) to facilitate rapid international transfer of cancer research and clinical technology, to exchange knowledge and enhance skills in basic, clinical, behavioral and epidemiological research and cancer control and prevention and to acquire appropriate clinical management, diagnostic and therapeutic expertise for effective application upon return. Target candidates: Investigators, public health professionals and clinicians.

http://www.uicc.org/programmes/global-education-and-training-initiative-geti/fellowships

 

Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative: Sarcoma Research Grants Program

Sponsors research targeted at finding a cure for sarcoma or attempts to develop more effective treatment regimens than those currently available. Funding: $25K - $250K. The Agency interests include (but are not limited) to:

- understanding the molecular biology of sarcomas

- exploring "molecular targets" for new sarcoma therapies

- studying chromosomal translocations, the oncogenes they generate and their role in sarcoma development

- translational studies

- studying vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, and mTOR inhibitors

- studying the use of nanotechnology in the diagnosis and treatment of sarcomas

- understanding the basis of radiation-induced sarcoma; modeling of the process of metastases

- exploring the differences in the development of sarcomas in children, adolescents, young adults and adults

- research directed at the early detection and diagnosis of sarcoma  

http://sarcomahelp.org/sarcoma-research.html

 

James S. McDonnell Foundation: Collaborative Activity Awards supports research in 3 areas: Bridging Brain, Mind, and Behavior; Complex Systems; and Brain Cancer Research. These awards support study panels, research networks or other ways of pushing work on mind/brain forward outside the usual mechanism of investigator-initiated research proposals. The collaborative award process is not used to support meetings, conferences, etc.   

www.jsmf.org/apply/collaborative/index.htm

 

Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure: Basic and Clinical Research Grants - Initial research summary

Aim: Accelerating the development of new brain tumor treatments, at each stage of the drug development pipeline, to ensure promising leads are advanced as quickly as possible. Request to initially submit a 1000 word research summary.  

http://abc2.org/smarter-research/how-we-fund

 

Neurological Disorders and NeuroScience:

 

Dana Foundation: Clinical Neuroscience Research Grant Program

Dana is inviting grant proposals for "first in man" studies involving a few patients with devastating brain disease for which there currently is no effective treatment. Funded researchers set up "controlled clinical studies" in a small number of patients with a specific brain disease, based on promising animal studies suggesting that a specific therapy either treated the condition or prevented it from getting worse. In these controlled clinical studies, the new therapy is tested in some of the patients while the other patients continue to receive currently available treatment. Through this process, clinical researchers determine whether the tested new therapy shows initial promise beyond currently available treatment. Grant studies can receive up to $300K over 3 years.  

http://www.dana.org/grants/clinical-neuroscience-research/

 

Simons Foundation: Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) - Explorer Awards

The program is designed to enable focused experiments to gain a deeper understanding of the mechanisms underlying autism spectrum disorders or potential therapeutic approaches. The foundation seeks investigation at multiple levels, including but not limited to gene discovery, molecular mechanisms, circuits, anatomy, and cognition and behavior. Funding: $70K, for 1 year.     

http://sfari.org/funding/grants

 

Other

 

Volkswagen Foundation: Life? – A fresh scientific approach to the basic principles of life - project outlines

The program encourages  projects that contribute to comprehending fundamental principles of life by working with systems resembling those of living ones or by exploring chemical and physical cellular processes. Funding can be made available for projects that link up most recent research from the interface between the natural and life sciences with the attempt to answer fundamental questions on life itself. This call also addresses methodic developments that may contribute to answering this question. Amongst others, the Foundation will consider approaches from systems biology, synthetic biology, cell biology, xenobiology, artificial intelligence or robotics and similar research areas. The main focus of the proposals should be to connect excellent research in the natural and life sciences with the aim to reveal fundamental characteristics of life.  Funding: Up to 10 projects can be funded per call, each in an amount of a maximum of 1.5 M euros over 5 years.

http://bit.ly/28JXXZW

 

U.S. Air Force (AFOSR): Research Interests of the Air Force –
Engineering, Complex systems, Information and networks, Chemistry, Physical, Biological sciences

AFOSR is looking for new basic research ideas and is open to considering any unique and revolutionary concepts (pre-coordination is strongly encouraged). Funding ranges are $200-400K per year for up to 5 years.

Engineering and Complex Systems - Aerothermodynamics, Dynamic Materials and Interactions, Energy and Combustion Sciences, GHz-THz Electronics, Low Density Materials, Multi-Scale Structural Mechanics and Prognosis, Optoelectronics and Photonics, Space Power and Propulsion, Test Science for Test and Evaluation, Turbulence and Transition

Information and Networks - Complex Networks, Computational Cognition and Machine Intelligence, Computational Mathematics, Dynamics and Control, Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems, Information Operations and Cybersecurity, Optimization and Discrete Mathematics, Science of Information, Computation and Fusion, Systems and Software, Trust and Influence

Physical Sciences - Aerospace Materials for Extreme Environments, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Electromagnetics, Flow Interactions and Control, Laser and Optical Physics, Plasma and Electro-Energetic Physics, Quantum Electronic Solids, Remote Sensing and Imaging Physics, Sensing, Surveillance and Navigation, Space Science, Ultrashort Pulse Laser-Matter Interactions

Chemistry and Biological Sciences - Biophysics, Human Performance and Biosystems, Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials and Microsystems, Molecular Dynamics and Theoretical Chemistry, Natural Materials, Systems, and Extremophiles, Organic Materials Chemistry

https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=843a39d5df19210a449afa38e2866552&tab=core&_cview=1

 

U.S. DOD/Defense Threat Reduction Agency: Fundamental Research to Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) BAA – White Paper

Topics: WMD sensing and recognition (interactions between materials and various electromagnetic phenomena, molecules, nuclear radiation, and particles); Network sciences (response, resilience, and recovery of physical networks after exposure, rapid discovery, theories and representations for low observable WMD-related radical ideation from social networks); Protection (physical, biological, and engineering sciences to protect personnel, sensitive electronic systems, and structural infrastructure from the effects of WMD); Defeat (improving energetic materials for use against WMD facilities and systems); Securing WMD (handling, transport, control of access, or eliminating WMD components); Cooperative fundamental research to reduce the global threat of WMD in collaboration with a broad range of global research partners; Chemical and Biological Defense.

http://www.dtra.mil/Research/BasicandAppliedScienceDepartment/ResearchFundingOpportunities.aspx

http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=275322

 

BHD Foundation:  Foundation Grant – Birt Hogg Dubè – letter of intent

Projects that promote, advance and exploit research into molecular genetics, clinical investigations and therapeutic technologies so to understand, prevent, diagnose, relieve and ultimately cure symptoms caused by Birt-Hogg Dubè syndrome (BHD). No funding/duration specified.

http://www.bhdsyndrome.org/for-researchers/funding/

 

Rising Tide Foundation: Programs in Libertarian, Social/education, and Cancer Funding

-       Libertarian topics: leadership development, capacity building and training across a range of issues.

-       Social/education topics: projects that promote effective and scalable practices to enhance educational reform.

Funding/duration not specified.

http://www.risingtide-foundation.org/#!grant-programs/c1ugo

 

Wellcome Trust: Portfolio Awards – leading edge innovation in healthcare

Using a portfolio approach, ambitious, ground-breaking innovative solutions profoundly impacting healthcare that cannot be fully realized through a project-based funding approach. Considered: therapeutics, vaccines, diagnostics, medical devices and regenerative medicine. Proposals that draw upon multiple disciplines, such as life sciences, physical sciences, mathematics and engineering, are equally encouraged. Also encouraged are proposals of interdisciplinary research across the Trust remit in Science, Humanities and Social Science, and Innovations. Duration/funding not specified.

http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/Funding/Innovations/Awards/Portfolio-Awards/index.htm

 

European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) – various opportunities

– Short-term fellowships: To advance molecular biology research by helping scientists to visit another laboratory for applying a technique not available in the home laboratory. The fellowships are only provided for exchanges between 2 EMBC member states and are not awarded for exchanges between two laboratories within the same country. The fellowships cover travel plus subsistence of the fellow alone.

http://www.embo.org/funding-awards/fellowships/short-term-fellowships

- Travel Grants: travel grants are provided for participants to attend EMBO practical courses, lecture courses, symposia, and other select EMBO events. Covers travel only.

http://www.embo.org/funding-awards/travel-grants

 

Alpha-1 Foundation: Out of-Cycle ***Research grants in Alpha-1 Antitrypsin (AAT) Deficiency

Purpose: to support large, typically clinical grants that do not fit into the in-cycle grant program. The investigator should contact the Foundation before considering applying for an out-of-cycle application.  

http://alpha-1foundation.org/research-grant-opportunities/

 

Dystonia Medical Research Foundation: Research Grants

The DMRF supports research related to the causes, mechanisms, prevention, and treatment of all dystonias. Funding/duration not specified.  

https://www.dystonia-foundation.org/research/for-researchers/funding-opportunities

 

Terumo Life Science Foundation: General R&D Subsidies (Overseas)

Funds research and development programs in the medical, public health, and other fields engaged in related research effort in developing countries in Africa and other regions.~3-million yen ($24,000)/1 yr.  

http://www.terumozaidan.or.jp/english/

 

European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD): Albert Renold Travel Fellowships for Young Scientists

Aims to enable young scientists to travel and stay (3 months or less) at other institutions in order to learn different scientific techniques related to diabetes research. Paid members of EASD under the age of 35 with PhD or 40 years MD/PhD with clinical training on 1 January in the year the fellowship is awarded. Submissions must be received 6 weeks prior to date of proposed travel; travel must be completed within 9 months of receipt of award. Funds up to 8,000 Euro.   

http://www.europeandiabetesfoundation.org/index.php/ct-menu-item-5/9-general-pages/154-albert-renold

 

DFG – German Science Foundation: Research Training Group and International Research Training Groups  

Research Training Groups (comprised of one or more universities) are established to promote young researchers; they are run by 5-10 professors with expertise in any field. There are two program profiles: 1) research: focuses on one main topic; and 2) qualification: enables doctoral researchers to produce independent research findings with international visibility, and simultaneously qualify for domestic and international academic and non-academic job market.

International research training groups are structured doctoral programs run by German universities in conjunction with universities abroad, promoting systematic research cooperation from the partner group.

There is a two-stage proposal process: draft proposal that leads to invitation for full proposal. Funding is for nine years in two 4.5 year segments.

http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/coordinated_programmes/research_training_groups/index.html

http://www.dfg.de/formulare/54_05/

 

DFG – German Science Foundation: Grants to Support the Initiation of International Collaboration  

Funds collaborative activities, such as three-month research stays at partner institutions, guest visits, or joint workshops, between international partners.

http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/international_cooperation/initiation_international_collaboration/in_brief/index.html

Criteria for successful submissions: http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/Mikrobiogen/DFG-Presentation.pdf

 

The Coca-Cola Company: Community Support Application – various topics .   

Water Stewardship: Supports initiatives that provide access to clean water and sanitation, watershed protection in water-stressed regions, the utilization of water for production and or multiple use systems that do more than provide clean drinking water, and education and awareness programs that promote water conservation within communities and industry.

Active Healthy Living: Supports initiatives that provide access to exercise, physical activity and nutritional education programs, initiatives that motivate behavior modification, and projects that encourage lifestyle/behavioral changes.

Community Recycling: Supports initiatives to increase liter abatement efforts, advance recovery and reuse, increase community recycling awareness, and offers support for research and innovation.

Education: Supports programs that offer scholarships, school drop-out prevention projects, access to educational programming, and other educational initiatives deemed critical by our local business units.

Locally-Designated Priorities: Responds to critical local initiatives related to HIV/AIDS education and prevention and malaria in Africa and Latin America, youth development initiatives in Europe and diversity initiatives in the United States.

No $ limit; no specified project length limitation.

http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/community-requests-guidelines-application

 

Beyond Batten Disease Foundation – rolling acceptance of LOIs

BBDF is interested in novel targets and therapeutic approaches for juvenile Batten disease. Areas of interest are outlined at agency web site. Procedure is to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) that provides a preliminary overview of the project, resource, or conference. Awards vary between $5,000 up to $2-million, with an average academic grant of $150,000 over two years.  

https://beyondbatten.org/research/about-funding/

 

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America: Broad Medical Research Program - Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Grants  

Funding for up to 2 years for basic or clinical IBD research projects that: are innovative; are in the early stages of exploration; will improve diagnosis, therapy or prevention of IBD in the near future. In addition, BMRP wants to attract scientists who are not currently working in IBD to apply their knowledge, expertise and techniques to IBD research. Interdisciplinary collaboration is strongly encouraged. Requests for funding must be preceded by a brief Letter of Interest. Range of annual grant awards is $13,200 - $190,402 with a mean of $114,082

Special Requests for Proposals: Differences in IBD incidence between developing and developed countries. BMRP is funding innovative research into the possible reasons for low and high incidence of IBD in different areas of the globe. Proposals should be exploratory in nature or designed as pilot.

http://www.broadmedical.org/

 

Immune Tolerance Network (ITN): Clinical Trials and Assays & Biomarkers in diseases of the immune system - Concept Proposals  

ITN is a non-profit, government-funded consortium of researchers working together to establish new treatments for diseases of the immune system. The ITN conducts clinical trials of specialized immune tolerance therapies in the following areas:

* the prevention of organ transplant rejection (in liver, kidney and islet transplantation)

* the treatment of autoimmune diseases (such as type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, lupus and others)

* the prevention and treatment of allergies and asthma

Clinical Trials: ITN accepts applications for novel clinical trials, in the areas of:

Islet Transplantation

Kidney & Liver Transplantation

Autoimmune Diseases

Allergy & Asthma

Assays & Biomarkers: ITN accepts applications for the development of novel tolerance assay or mechanistic studies, for the purposes of establishing new surrogate markers of immune tolerance and investigating the mechanisms of clinical tolerance.

** ITN does NOT accept proposals for non-human or preclinical studies.

www.immunetolerance.org/professionals/proposals/guidelines

 

Jeffery Modell Foundation: Immunodeficiency Research

*Specific Immune Defect Research Program -Goal: to support the study of mechanisms and presentation of specific defects of the immune system, leading to a better understanding of the conditions and their impact on overall health outcomes.

*Children Immune deficiency project – Goal: to alleviate disease, seek cures, and improve the quality of life of children affected with Primary Immunodeficiency.

Funding: up to $25K / yr for up to 2 years.

(Applications accepted on a rolling basis) Note: please contact Research Authority if planning to submit - overhead not covered

http://www.jmfworld.com/medical/research-grants/research-grants-1

 

Thrasher Research Fund: Pediatric Research

Supports medical research aimed to improve children's health in a variety of significant pediatric problems, with an emphasis on projects that have the potential to translate into clinically meaningful results within a few years. Both incidence and severity are considered when determining the significance of the proposed topic. Funding: the median award amount is $300K over 3 years.   

https://www.thrasherresearch.org/SitePages/al-thrasher-award.aspx

 

Action Duchenne: Research Grants - Pre Preposal

Action Duchenne will consider high quality applications throughout the year. The general research strategy is to increase understanding of Duchenne muscular dystrophy and to support research into, and evaluation of, potential management and treatment strategies. Only proposals which fit the funds' recommendations will be accepted: http://www.technion.ac.il/~research/ACTION_DUCHENNE.pdf. Range of previously funded projects $30K-$175K.  

http://www.actionduchenne.org/research/allocation-of-funding-and-process/

 

European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO): Short-term fellowships to advance molecular biology research by helping scientists to visit another laboratory for applying a technique not available in the home laboratory. The fellowships are only provided for exchanges between 2 EMBC member states and are not awarded for exchanges between two laboratories within the same country. The fellowships cover travel plus subsistence of the fellow alone.  

http://www.embo.org/funding-awards/fellowships/short-term-fellowships

 

Michelson Grants: non-surgical sterilization products or technologies for use in dogs and cats

Found Animals will provide up to $50 million in multiple, multi-year international grants through the Michelson Grants in Reproductive Biology, for promising research in pursuit of non-surgical sterilization products or technologies for use in dogs and cats. The Foundation seeks proposals for up to $250,000 USD per year for up to 3 years of funding.  

http://michelson.foundanimals.org/michelson-grants

 

Fanconi Anemia Research Fund: Multiple opportunities  

Generally interested in supporting interdisciplinary and translational research efforts that effectively address one or more of the following priorities:

-To understand how alteration of the genes and their products lead to the clinical manifestations of Fanconi anemia.

-To determine the causes of bone marrow failure, myelodysplasia and leukemia in

-To define the pathogenesis of cancers that affect persons with Fanconi anemia

-To identify practical and proactive management strategies

-To support the creation of shared resources, databases and technologies

Specific RFAs include:

-HPV Serology among Fanconi Anemia patients

-Head and Neck Carcinogenesis

-Endocrine Organ Dysfunction

Proposals may be submitted at any time throughout the year.

http://www.fanconi.org/index.php/research/grant_applications

 

Simons Foundation: Targeted Grants in Mathematics and Physical Sciences - LOI

The program is intended to support high-risk projects of exceptional promise and scientific importance on a case-by-case basis. Funding: flexible, for up to 5 years.

https://www.simonsfoundation.org/funding/funding-opportunities/mathematics-physical-sciences/targeted-grants-in-mps/

 

Michael J. Fox Parkinson Research: Alpha–synuclein Imaging Prize

A $2 million prize to the first team to develop a viable selective alpha–synuclein PET tracer and agree to make that tracer available broadly

https://www.michaeljfox.org/research/imaging-prize.html

 

The Lymphatic Malformation Institute (LMI)

Focus: advancing the understanding of the lymphatic system and, specifically, of the rare lymphatic malformations, generalized lymphatic anomaly (GLA)/ Lymphangiomatosis and Gorham-Stout disease. Funding for 1 year.

Please Contact the research authority before applying (no overhead)

http://www.lmiresearch.org/funding-model/

 

 

Social Sciences, Education and Humanities:

 

The Sasakawa Peace Foundation – in social sciences, humanities, and peace studies

Funds projects promoting international understanding, exchange, and cooperation in consonance with SPF program policy/guidelines. Various opportunities: * regular projects * Sasakawa Pacific island nations fund * Sasakawa Pan Asia fund * Sasakawa Middle East Islam fund * and Sasakawa Japan-China friendship fund. Amount varies/1-3 yrs.  

http://www.spf.org/e/grants/point.html

 

Gerda Henkel Foundation: Small Grants in Historical Humanities

The Foundation funds German and foreign academics in the fields of historical humanities. The following fields are supported in particular: History; Prehistory and Early History; Archaeology; Art History; Historic Islamic Studies; Legal History; History of Science. Funding: up to €15K for the Small grants program. Higher amounts can be requested in the Foundation regular program.  

http://www.gerda-henkel-stiftung.de/general_references

 

General purpose:

 

DFG: Individual Grants Programme

DFG - the Germany research foundation funds German scientists but Israeli partners can be funded as subcontractors.   

http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/individual/index.html

 

Humboldt Foundation:  

Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Awards

Awarded to outstanding accomplishments in research, if they are expected to continue producing cutting-edge academic achievements and have a lasting impact beyond their area of specialization. Academics, regardless of their discipline or nationality, may be nominated, provided that they have received their doctoral degree within the past 18 years. Award winners are invited to conduct a research project of their own choosing in Germany in close collaboration with a specialist colleague. Project duration 6-12 months. Award amount is €45,000. Self-nomination is not possible. Nomination processing normally takes up to six months, selection committee meetings are held twice a year – currently at the beginning of spring and in early autumn.

http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/bessel-award.html

Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers

For highly-qualified scientists and scholars from abroad, who completed their doctorates less than 12 years ago to spend extended periods of research (6-18 months; may be divided up into a maximum of three blocks) in Germany. Candidates are expected to have their own, clearly defined research profile. Funding: fellowship of €3,150 per month. The selection committee meets every year in March, July and November.

http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/humboldt-fellowship-experienced.html

Humboldt Research Award

The award is granted in recognition of a researcher's entire achievements to date to academics whose fundamental discoveries, new theories, or insights have had a significant impact on their own discipline and who are expected to continue producing cutting-edge achievements in the future. Award winners are invited to spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project with specialist colleagues at a research institution in Germany. Nominations may be submitted by established academics in Germany or by award winners of the Humboldt Foundation working abroad, provided that the nomination is made jointly with a colleague working in Germany. Direct applications are not accepted. The award is valued at €60,000. Selection Committee meetings are held twice a year – currently at the beginning of spring and in early autumn.

http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/humboldt-award.html

 

James S. McDonnell Foundation: Collaborative Activity Awards supports interdisciplinary research in 3 areas: Bridging Brain, Mind, and Behavior; Complex Systems; and Brain Cancer Research. These awards support study panels, research networks or other ways of pushing work on mind/brain forward outside the usual mechanism of investigator-initiated research proposals. The collaborative award process is not used to support meetings, conferences, etc.  

www.jsmf.org/apply/collaborative/index.htm

 

Microsoft Azure for Research Award Program – Bi-monthly RFPs

Microsoft Research is soliciting proposals for the use of Microsoft Azure in research. We welcome research proposals from any branch of scholarly activity. We review these proposals on the fifteenth of even-numbered months (April, June, August, and so forth).   

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/projects/azure/default.aspx#award-program

 

Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF):  

International Short Visits

For researchers abroad who wish to collaborate with researchers in Switzerland. During the visit, they pursue a small joint research project. The visits may last from one week to three months. The submission of an application is possible at any time, but must be deposited at least two months before the grant is due to start. Intended for all scientific disciplines. The grants include travel, room and board expenses.

http://www.snf.ch/en/funding/careers/international-short-visits/Pages/default.aspx

International Exploratory Workshops

For researchers in Switzerland who wish to organize workshops with participants from abroad. The workshops are an opportunity for researchers from different backgrounds to meet, share new insights and increase their knowledge in a field.A grant comprises travel, room and board costs for up to ten participants from abroad. The workshops may last from two to five days. Intended for all scientific disciplines.

http://www.snf.ch/en/funding/science-communication/international-exploratory-workshops/Pages/default.aspx

 

UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC): The Research Networking Scheme

The scheme is intended to support forums for the discussion and exchange of ideas, through, for example, a short-term series of workshops, seminars, networking activities or other events. The aim is to stimulate new debate across boundaries, for example, disciplinary, conceptual, theoretical, methodological, and/or international. Proposals should explore new areas, be multi-institutional and can include creative or innovative approaches or entrepreneurship. Funding: up to £30,000 for up to 2 yrs.

http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/funding/opportunities/current/researchnetworking/

 

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST): Measurement Science and Engineering (MSE) Research Grants

Applications will be considered on a continuing basis except to the Fire Research lab. Applications may be processed and considered for funding in the current fiscal year or in the next fiscal year, subject to the availability of funds. It is advised to consult with the contact person of each program before submission indicated for the following laboratories:

·         the Material Measurement Laboratory (MML);

·         the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML);

·         the Engineering Laboratory (EL);

·         Fire Research (FR);

·         the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL);

·         the Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL);

·         the NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR);

·         the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST);

·         the Special Programs Office (SPO);

·         the Standards Coordination Office (SCO);

·         the International and Academic Affairs Office (IAAO); and

·         the Associate Director for Laboratory Programs (ADLP).

http://www.nist.gov/director/upload/20160219-FY16-MSE-FFO.pdf

 

Lloyd's Register Foundation: Research Grants for Engineering-related Research Enhancing Safety – Pre-application  

Aim: to support engineering-related research, that makes a real difference in improving the safety of the critical infrastructure on which modern society relies. Priority areas include:

-Structural integrity and systems performance;

-Resilience engineering;

-Human and social factors;

-Emergent technologies

(See examples of funded projects in Case Studies #4, #5 here: http://www.lrfoundation.org.uk/funding/case-studies/).

Support provided to both fundamental, low-TRL (technology readiness level) research and more applied technology development. Duration: prefer longer-term research (provide examples of 4-5 years).  Please contact us (Robi 2152, robertg@trdf,technion.ac.il, Michal, 1745, michall@trdf.technion.ac.il) if considering to submit, to verify IP issues.

http://www.lrfoundation.org.uk/funding/