GrantWatch has grants available for all over the U.S., Israel, Canada, and other International areas. And since so many here are specific to the U.S., GrantNews has decided to share 10 of the latest grants specifically for Israel below.
Israel is a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea. After the U.S., the country has the most high-tech and startup companies in the world. For women and older residents, the country also shines when it comes to entrepreneurship.
Israel is also leader in medical research, and shares much of its research with the United States. This is why it is important to include grants for Israel, specifically when it comes to technology and medical grants. In addition to the grants GrantWatch is sharing below, here are some other facts about Israel you might not know.
10 Fun Facts About Israel
- Israel is the only country in the world with more trees today than it had 50 years ago.
- It is also the only country with a mandatory military service requirement for women
- In 1952, Israel asked the famous scientist Albert Einstein to be the President of Israel.
- In the 1990’s the original technology for the modern cellphone was developed in Israel by Motorola Israel
- The tiny country, which is the size of New Jersey, has 137 beaches.
- Israel created the first jellyfish repellent in the world.
- One of the most popular driver navigation apps, Waze, was created in Israel and sold to Google for over $1 billion.
- Israel’s government is a parliamentary system, similar to the one that exists in the United Kingdom.
- The world’s oldest continuously used cemetery, the Mount of Olives, is in Jerusalem, Israel.
- Over 1 million pounds of Hummus is eaten in Israel every year.
10 Israel Grants to Check Out Today
- Firstly, there are grants to Israel and International research scientists and technicians affiliated with a core research facility in eligible countries to support biology fellowships. Funding is to promote learning and transferring specific techniques between the units involved.
- Grants to Israel investigators for research projects to improve the quality of the lives of cancer patients. Funding will support projects that improve the quality of life of patients with life-threatening diseases by treating physical pain and mitigating the side effects of treatments.
- There are also grants available to Israeli and International for-profits for tech projects with the potential for commercialization. Funding will offer Israeli companies the chance to work with partners in India on product adaptation projects and creative technological R&D.
- Funding of up to $55,000 and $80,000 available to U.S. and Israel scientist teams for research projects related to cognotive and neural systems.
- In addition, there are grants for U.S. and Israel scientist teams associated with institutions for higher education for collaborative research projects in the field of marine oceanography.
- Grants to Israel and International Jewish institutions and community organizations, including Jewish schools, synagogues, and community centers, to increase security.
- Fellowships to Israel and International undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctorate science students in eligible regions for travel opportunities of up to two months to the respective guest country.
- Grants of up to $45,000 to Israel oncologists for training in clinical research. Applicants must identify at least two mentors during the application process to oversee their training. Funding is for medical and pediatric oncologists who are early in their careers.
- There are also grants available to Israel and International companies for collaborative technology based R&D projects.
- Finally, there are grants available to U.S. and Israel businesses to collaborate on the development of commercial technology products.
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