The databases listed below provide the ability to search for funding by keywords and other selection criteria. These databases are updated daily and are fairly intuitive, but none are all inclusive. Where possible, all databases have direct links from their records to funding entity web sites for primary source information and/or e-mail sites for direct communication. To request more information about funding opportunities please email email@example.com.
- Community of Science Provides many services to Temple faculty including targeted funding opportunity alerts, an expertise database and other services. Search funding opportunities in COS here.
- Egrants.net This service is available to anyone at Temple University.
- Sponsored Program Information Network - SPIN SPIN provides web based information resources and searchable databases for federal and non-federal funding opportunities. It includes the InfoEd Commerce Business Daily and a SPIN keyword thesaurus. It also provides listings of upcoming deadlines and allows you to customize your own e-mail notifications of funding information using SMARTS/GENIUS.
- The Grant Advisor A newsletter which provides a valuable source of information of grant and fellowship opportunities for U.S. institutions of higher education. The newsletter covers all federal agencies except NIH plus many independent organizations and foundations.
- GrantsNet The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) provides this site which offers an extensive searchable database of fellowships, grants, and sources of support for training in sciences and science education.
- Grants.gov This is a site maintained by the Federal government that has the ability to search for Federal government-wide grant opportunities.
- The National Institutes of Health, Office of Extramural Research This site provides links to a wide variety of information about grants and funding opportunities.
- National Science Foundation NSF provides a searchable system of information about grants programs.
- U.S. Federal Government Challenge website The Federal gov. agencies offer prizes to researchers for finding innovative solutions to various types of problems.