|Summary||A foundation that Funds and directs scientific research and educational initiatives for waste management practices to benefit industry participants and the communities they serve.|
The objective of this foundation is to finance projects relating to environmental engineering, management, and education in the areas of waste minimization, recycling, waste conversion, landfills, etc.
Project funding ranges from US$15.000-500.000.
There are two annual pre-proposal deadlines on January 6 and July 1. Selected applicants from the pre-proposal phase will be invited to submit full proposals.
|Summary||Mathematical, physical, and biological sciences|
The mission of the Simons Foundation is to advance the frontiers of mathematics and basic sciences. The foundation funds high-risk basic research in mathematics and physical sciences, life sciences, autism, and education and outreach.
There are a variety of open calls for proposals throughout the year. Here are some examples:
Targeted Grants in Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Targeted Grants to Institutes for Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Autism Research Initiative
|Summary||The mission of the foundation is to improve worldwide engineering education and practice through information technology and the recruitment of women.|
The EIF funds work on communication in engineering, women in engineering, and developing countries.
It has deadlines in February and August of each year.
• Enhancing Communication and Use of Information in Engineering
• Women in Engineering: Directed by Engineering Educators
• Developing Countries
|Summary||Google is seeking long-term faculty relations to impact how future generations will use technology.|
Google is interested in proposals about natural language processing, linguistics, software development, and many other fields.
Their foundation generally has 2-3 deadlines per year for each program.
• Global Faculty Research Awards
• Earth Engine Awards (remote sensing)
For more information: Kate Chabarek - firstname.lastname@example.org