North Carolina Sea Grant Minigrant
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Grant amount: Up to US $5,000
Applicant type: College / University Faculty Postdoctoral Researcher
Funding uses: Research
Location of project: North Carolina
Location of residency: North CarolinaView website Save Need help writing this grant?
North Carolina Sea Grant works to ensure that all who are connected to our coast can benefit from the programs and research we provide. We bring together business owners, institutional experts, government agencies and community leaders to learn about our coast and from one another.North Carolina Sea Grant provides rapid-response, seed and starter grants on a limited basis and as funding allows. A unique strength of the North Carolina Sea Grant Minigrant Program is its ability to test new ideas, augment ongoing research efforts, stimulate innovation, and address short range time sensitive, critical needs. Minigrants offer the capability to respond to emerging opportunities that cannot be predicted for regular proposal preparation and review. We support small projects, typically costing less than $5,000, to allow scientists to gather samples and data when time is of the essence. The minigrant award may allow investigators to gather initial information or pilot test a whole new line of inquiry. Such early findings can subsequently spur major research and outreach efforts funded by other sources.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- University-affiliated applicants also must include a signed signature page from their office of sponsored programs.
- Minigrant budgets are generally less than $5,000. Cost sharing is not required.
- Minigrant budgets do not allow indirect costs.
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