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- SPIN.Plus is a searchable
database that contains up-to-date listings of national and international
government and private funding sources.
- Create your profile in GENIUS/SMARTS.
- Have funding opportunities geared toward your research and programmatic
interests delivered automatically to your e-mail account. This service ensures
that investigators are kept current on new funding opportunities, new and
approaching deadlines, and sponsor updates.
- Note: You may
need a current username and password to access SPIN.Plus and Genius/Smarts.
Please contact Bonnie Smith at ext. 6603 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Grant$earch - the Grants Resource Center (GRC) Database
- Finding private and federal
grant information on-line is now easier than ever! The American Association
of State Colleges and Universities' (AASCU) Grants Resource Center (GRC)
Grant$earch database contains descriptions, deadlines and contact
information on nearly 2,000 federal and private funding programs of particular
interest to higher education institutions that subscribe to GRC services.
- The database contains
programs that support academic activities such as research and training,
fellowships, program development, and equipment acquisition. All featured
programs cater to national or large regional audiences, and most are geared
to faculty or postdoctoral investigators. Each entry outlines the overall
program purposes and priorities, deadline(s), and contact information.
- GrantsNet provides
one-stop shopping for young biomedical scientists seeking information on
fellowships and other funding support. It's the world's most extensive compilation
of searchable data on medical and life science funding. Free. Developed
jointly by HHMI and AAAS.
The Foundation Center
- The mission of the Foundation
Center is to foster public understanding of the foundation field by
collecting, organizing, analyzing, and disseminating information on foundations,
corporate giving, and related subjects.
the Federal Register
- This site allows full-text
searches of the Federal Register, which frequently provides
complete guidelines and applications instructions for some federal programs.
the Commerce Business Daily
- The CBD
provides notices of requests for proposals (RFPs) and contract opportunities.
is a workplace for science and engineering professionals which provides
industry information on funding sources, teaming opportunities, products,
and tailored services.
- Search TRAM
- a service initially developed
by the Texas Research Administrators Group (TRAM). It contains a
search engine for locating funding opportunities from many different agencies.
The funding information is updated daily.