Check Out the Top Research Grants Currently Accepting Applications

One way to learn more about what’s going on in the world is through critical research being conducted. Many of this research can come from publically funded universities, but private research is also crucial. Without research, many advances in technology, medicine, and education would never occur.

However, in order to ensure this important research continues, it is critical that these institutions and companies get the funding they need. Grants are a great way to get this funding. This can include grants from government agencies such as the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). GrantWatch has many grants that fund research initiatives in its database. Today, GrantWatch will be sharing 10 of these research grants that are currently available.

10 Grants to Help Fund Critical Research

  1. Firstly, there are grants to U.S. nonprofits, research institutions, and IHEs to support scientific research and development that will lead to the commercialization of products, services, and processes.
  2. Grants to nonprofits, agencies, IHEs, for-profits, and tribes for research in the areas of promoting justice and reducing gender-based violence. Funding is to develop objective and independent tools and formulate strategies to reduce violence against women.
  3. There are also grants to U.S., Canada, and International researchers for cancer-related research studies and projects. Funding is to support innovative projects related to basic, translational, clinical, epidemiological, and health services research associated with lung cancer.
  4. Fellowships of up to $12,000 are available to graduate students, historians, authors, and journalists for research related to women’s history. Fellows will perform new and original research that will lead to the publication of an essay or article.
  5. Grants to U.S., Canada, and International research institutions for studies related to the management of solid waste. Research areas include recycling, waste minimization, conversion to energy and other products, waste diversion, and landfilling.
  6. There are also grants of up to $20,000 to U.S., Canada, and International individuals with a Ph.D. for anthropology research projects. Funding is to advance the field of anthropology and make a significant impact on anthropological theory, knowledge, and debate.
  7. Additionally, there is funding available to U.S. nonprofits for research that benefits youth.
  8. In-kind grants are available for products valued at up to $4,000 to nonprofit and educational organizations to support animal habitat conservation research.
  9. There are also grants of up to $10,000 to a registered nurse for research related to global disparities in healthcare.
  10. Fellowship of $10,000 to a U.S., Canada, or International emerging scholar for research in botany. Funding is to support a fellowship program focusing on the humanities that includes a two-to-eight-week stay in Upperville, Virginia.

GrantWatch Notes

Are you looking for more grants like the ones on this list? GrantWatch features an entire category specifically for research and evaluation grants. This category includes research grants encompassing life sciences, social science, medical research, agriculture research, STEM literacy research, and more.

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