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6/2/2016Still OpenBD2K Predoctoral Training in Biomedical Big Data Science (T32)
The NIH plans to commit $2 million dollars in FY17. We anticipate that the average size of an award will be approximately $350,000 total cost. It is expected that about 6 awards will be supported in FY17.
The purpose is to solicit applications for graduate training programs in Big Data Science, for the expressed purpose of training the next generation of scientists who will develop computational and quantitative approaches and tools needed by the biomedical research community to work with Big Data in the biomedical sciences. The proposed training programs should prepare qualified individuals for careers in developing new technologies and methods that will allow biomedical researchers to maximize the value of the growing volume and complexity of biomedical data. 
National Institutes of Health
6/21/2016Still OpenCuratorial Stewardship of a National Collection of Geological Rock and Sediment Cores from Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
$1.375M to $1.875M total through a 5-year cooperative agreement
Provides support for the curation and long-term storage of core material collected on the Antarctic continent and its margins.
National Science Foundation
6/30/2016Still OpenHIV/AIDS Vaccine Facility (C06)
$4.9 million
Support to upgrade existing functioning space to Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) standards for production of next generation candidates for HIV/AIDS vaccines, with the goal of creating sufficient quantities of immunogens to conduct Phase I clinical trials.
National Institutes of Health
6/30/2016Still OpenCenter of Excellence Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis
$4 million per year will be available for funding the Center and all direct and indirect costs for the selected Center lead and Partner applications.
Lead a consortium of universities for a Center for Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis (CINA)
US Department of Homeland Security
6/30/2016Still OpenFogarty Global Health Training Program (D43)
Application budgets are limited to up to $1.1 million direct costs/year per award.
Provides opportunities for up to five consortia to develop and support global health research training programs.
National Institutes of Health
6/30/2016Still OpenAdvanced Tissue Biofabrication Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ATB-MII)
$80 Million
This FOA is for one of two planned FY17 DoD-led Institutes; the ATB-MII is the seventh DoD-led Manufacturing Innovation Institute. 
US Department of Defense
6/30/2016Still OpenEconomic, Goverance, and Political Transition Support in Yemen
Estimated Award Ceiling: $2,000,000; Estimated Award Floor: $500,000.
Proposals that will stimulate critical economic recovery, enable a comprehensive peace process, and support post-conflict governance mechanisms in Yemen.
US Department of State
7/5/2016Still OpenNIH Director's Early Independence Awards
up to $250,000 per year for up to 5 years.
 
The NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards provide an opportunity for exceptional junior scientists to accelerate their entry into an independent research career by forgoing the traditional post-doctoral training period.
National Institutes of Health
7/5/2016Still OpenORAU Events Sponsorship Grants
up to $4,000
Up to $4,000 can be requested to support events which involve participants from more than one ORAU institution.
Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
7/5/2016Still OpenUsing Telemedicine Technology to Enhance Access to Sexual Assault Forensic Exams
OVC estimates that it will make one award of up to $1.2 million under this solicitation to support the demonstration project and one award of up to $300,000 to support the TA project.
Applications to develop or enhance statewide telemedicine programs to deliver expert Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) guidance and support to medical professionals conducting sexual assault forensic exams in state correctional facilities, institutions of higher education, and rural and tribal health centers.
US Department of Justice
7/5/2016Still OpenPacific Island Marine Protected Area Projects
Proposals must request a minimum of $200,000 up to the maximum available amount of $445,500.
Develop and manage projects leading to the creation and implementation of more, effectively managed Marine Protected Areas (MPA) in the Pacific Islands region.
US Department of State
7/6/2016Still OpenResilient and Responsive Health Systems (RRHS) Initiative
Ceiling amount of up to $1,500,000 per RRHS Focus Country in Year One and up to $2,000,000 per RRHS Focus Country in Years Two (2) through Five (5).
To strengthen human resources for health (HRH) in order to address public health challenges like HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Liberia, Sierra Leone, and South Sudan and to achieve health system resiliency.
Health Resources and Services Administration
7/7/2016Still OpenYouth Employment Project - Rwanda
USAID intends to provide approximately $20.5 million in total USAID funding for the life of the activity.
The primary purpose is to increase stable employment opportunities, including self-employment, for male and female vulnerable youth, and to improve youth training and employment systems and increase investment in skills for vulnerable youth.
USAID
7/7/2016Still OpenWomen in Science (WiSci) Girls STEAM Camp
S/GP plans to fund this program incrementally with an initial award of $200,000 followed by a cost amendment to the award to add an additional $100,000 in FY 2016, pending availability of funds.
The primary purpose of the camp is to advance gender equality with regard to women’s presence and participation in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.  This is a particularly salient issue in Sub-Saharan Africa, which continues to lag behind when it comes to gender equality in education and health.
US Department of State
7/7/2016Still OpenSpace Technology –Research, Development, Demonstration, and Infusion
The goal of an STRI is to strengthen NASA’s ties to the academic community through long-term, sustained investment in research and technology development critical to NASA’s future
NASA
7/14/2016Still OpenEMPOWER: Increasing Economic and Social Empowerment for Adolescent Girsls and Vulnerable Women in Zambia
$5 million
To fund a technical assistance project(s) to reduce the prevalence of child labor in targeted rural areas in Zambia.
US Department of Labor
7/20/2016Still OpenDRL Internet Freedom Annual Program Statement for Internet Freedom Technology
Awards will vary between $500,000 and $2,500,000 and grants must be completed in one to three years.
Promotes fundamental freedoms, human rights, and the free flow of information online through integrated support for anti-censorship and secure communications technology, advocacy, digital safety, and research.
U.S. Department of State
7/20/2016Still OpenProject to Reduce the Exploitation of Children in the Sava Region of Madagascar
$4 million total costs for one or more cooperative agreements
To fund a technical assistance project(s) in Madagascar to reduce child labor in the vanilla-producing areas of the Sava region of Madagascar.
US Department of Labor
7/28/2016OpenPartnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)
Average award size is expected to be approximately $4 million over 5 years.
NSF-wide program that supports international activities across all NSF supported disciplines. The primary goal of PIRE is to support high quality projects in which advances in research and education could not occur without international collaboration.
National Science Foundation
8/1/2016OpenImproving Undergraduate STEM education Pathways into Geoscience
Invites creative proposals to broaden and strengthen the pathways that will engage and retain undergraduate students in geoscience education and career pathways, and help prepare them for a variety of careers.
National Science Foundation
8/1/2016OpenImproving Workers' Understanding of and Ability to Protect and Claim their Labor Rights in Colombia
$1,4000,000
The overarching strategy for achieving this objective is establishing new or supporting one or more existing workers’ rights centers that workers can access in order to: a) learn about their labor rights under Colombian law; and b) receive legal services to assist them in claiming those labor rights.
US Department of Labor
8/2/2016OpenBridges to Baccalaureate Program (R25)
Application budgets are limited to $300,000 direct costs per year.  The maximum project period is 5 years.

This opportunity encourages applications that propose research education programs intended to enhance the pool of community college students from diverse backgrounds nationally underrepresented in biomedical and behavioral sciences who go on to research careers in the biomedical and behavioral sciences.This initiative promotes partnerships/consortia between community colleges or other two-year post-secondary educational institutions granting the associate degree with colleges or universities that offer the baccalaureate degree.
National Institutes of Health
8/2/2016OpenBridges to the Doctorate
Application budgets are limited to $300,000 direct costs, per year for a maximum of 5 years.
The over-arching goal of this NIGMS  R25 program is to support educational activities that enhance the diversity of the biomedical, behavioral and clinical research workforce.  To accomplish the stated over-arching goal, this FOA will support creative educational activities with a primary focus on Courses for Skills Development and Research Experiences.
National Institutes of Health
8/4/2016OpenCollections in Support of Biological Research (CSBR)
Awards are limited to $500,000 for up to three years.
Funds 1) for improvements to secure and organize collections that are significant to the NSF BIO-funded research community; 2) to secure collections-related data for sustained, accurate, and efficient accessibility to the biological research community; and 3) to transfer ownership of collections.
National Science Foundation
8/4/2016OpenAdvancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC)
$10,000,000 total amount available across all awards in this program for FY2016, pending availability of funds.
Seeks to enhance and expand the national resource of digital data documenting existing vouchered biological and paleontological collections and to advance scientific knowledge by improving access to digitized information (including images) residing in vouchered scientific collections across the United States.
National Science Foundation
8/4/2016OpenORAU Faculty Travel Grants Program
$800
Facilitate travel by a faculty member to collaborate with researchers at ORNL, Y-12, ORAU laboratories or work sites, or another ORAU institution.
Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
8/4/2016OpenConference for Early Stage HIV/AIDS Vaccine Researchers (R13)
Application budgets cannot exceed $100,000 direct costs per meeting per year. The project period must be three years, with a maximum of one meeting per year. 
Encourages applications to conduct intensive workshop/conference/meeting(s) that address the needs of early stage HIV/AIDS vaccine researchers as they translate preclinical research from nonhuman primates (NHPs) to human clinical trials.
National Institutes of Health
8/9/2016OpenPlatforms for Advanced Wireless Research: Establishing the PAWR Office
Administrative project management operations costs for the PPO are not expected to exceed $1 million per year for five years
Aims to support advanced wireless research platforms conceived by the U.S. academic and industrial wireless research community.
National Science Foundation
8/11/2016OpenProject to Reduce Child Labor in Agriculture in Mexico
$7,000,000 total costs
One or more cooperative agreements to fund a technical assistance project(s) in Mexico to reduce child labor in targeted agricultural communities. The project will use an area-based approach in Oaxaca and one of the following states: Jalisco, Nayarit, Puebla, and Veracruz.
US Department of Labor
8/11/2016OpenGeorgeMOBrienKidneyResearch Core Centers
The NIDDK intends to commit $3,680,000 in FY 2017 to fund three awards. Application budgets are limited to $750,000 in direct costs per year.
Provide unique resources for communication and collaboration between basic and clinical researchers in the field of kidney disease.
National Institutes of Health
8/15/2016OpenNIOSH Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health
The maximum amount (total cost) for each application is $1.3 million for the first 12-month project period; Project Period is 5 years.
Provides funding for Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health®. Support of this program will further advance an emerging field of science and practice and address the needs of the 21st century workforce by means of research, intervention, and outreach activities.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
8/18/2016OpenCancer Target Discovery and Development Network (U01)
$750,000 direct costs per year for up to five years
Focused on efforts that advance cancer research by bridging the knowledge gap between the rapidly increasing volumes of new data generated by comprehensive molecular characterizations of many cancer types and studies of the underlying etiology of cancer development, progression, and/or metastasis.
National Institutes of Health
8/22/2016OpenProject to Develop, Produce, and Distribute a Documentary Film about Rebooting the International Measurement System
$500,000 for a period of performance of up to 24 months
For the development, production, and distribution of a 60 to 90 minute documentary film on the subject of the complete overhaul of the world’s international system of measurement.
US Department of Commerce
9/12/2016OpenNEH Summer Stipends
$6,000
Summer Stipends support individuals pursuing advanced research that is of value to humanities scholars, general audiences, or both for a period of two months.

National Endowment for the Humanities