• Daniella Jakubowitz

NSF Grants for Advanced Materials

The National Science Foundation is one of the most diverse investors in revolutionary technology for small businesses and invests up to $1.5 million in seed funding per project taking 0% equity. This year the NSF is looking to invest in R&D for Advanced Materials in the private and public sector.

Projects details:

Phase I $225,000 (Proof of Concept - 6 months to a year)

Phase II $750,000 (Prototype- 1 to 2 Years)

Phase I Due Date: June 13, 2019


Advanced Materials:

The Advanced Materials topic addresses the development of new and improved materials for a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications. Proposals may focus on the creation of innovative material systems and/or on critical fabrication, processing, or manufacturing challenges involved in the successful commercialization of materials. A wide variety of applications areas will be considered as part of this topic.


Subtopics:

  • Coatings and Surface Modifications

  • Materials for Sustainability

  • Metals and Ceramics

  • Multiferroics and Specialized Functional Materials

  • Structural and Infrastructural Materials

  • Other Advanced Materials Technologies

And many, many more topics.


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