A revised version of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 24-1) has been issued. The new PAPPG will be effective for proposals submitted or due on or after May 20, 2024. You are encouraged to review the by-chapter Summary of Changes provided in the PAPPG.
Any faculty, staff or student can submit a 1-page Concept Paper with ideas for how OSU can incorporate, integrate and deploy Artificial Intelligence (AI) to achieve the vision outlined below in four broad AI domains: AI Education; AI Knowledge, AI Economy and Powered by AI.
Letter of Intent. Research grants are provided for teams of scientists from different countries who wish to combine their expertise in innovative approaches to questions that could not be answered by individual laboratories. Preliminary results are not required.
Strong consideration will be given to projects that involve collaborations and stakeholder engagement, model best practices, can demonstrate measurable outcomes in a one-year timeframe, and share successes broadly. For anything we fund, particularly demonstration projects or place-based work, we prefer opportunities for broader impact through replicating or scaling.
The goal of this initiative is to engage and support the careers of promising Black/African American clinical and/or laboratory investigators in the field of multiple myeloma research. The Scholars Program will support the awardee from post-doctoral training to first faculty-track position.
We are looking for bifunctional small molecules that can inhibit target protein function through protein-protein interactions (PPI). We are also looking for a methodology for rationally designing such bifunctional compounds based on protein structural information. (It does not matter whether the target interaction is intracellular or extracellular.)
We are seeking novel chemical derivatives (small molecules or peptides) that can be internalized into a wide range of PDAC cells selectively via unique mechanism of action. We are also interested in screening systems to identify our desired chemical products.
As the nation's largest private, not-for-profit source of funds for scientists studying cancer, the American Cancer Society (ACS) remains committed to funding basic, translational, clinical, and cancer control research now and in the future - as much as we are able given our available financial resources.
The program is open to graduate students enrolled full-time at an OSGC member institution and are currently working on a faculty-mentored research project that has NASA or space science/aerospace relevance and aligns with the agency’s top priorities.
The Peanut Institute Foundation (TPIF) is a non-profit entity that funds peanut nutrition research. We are currently requesting proposals that increase our understanding of how the consumption of peanuts, peanut butter, and other peanut products affects human health.
Developmental Sciences supports basic research that increases our understanding of perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, social, cultural, and biological processes related to human development across the lifespan.
The objective of the PACSP Program is to support conservation research that investigates organismal biology, ecology, and/or evolution and is designed to contribute to the development and implementation of evidence-based activities and/or technology solutions to advance biodiversity conservation.
NSF seeks to catalyze research that leverages the full diversity and complexity of life to focus attention on the discovery of molecular and evolutionary mechanisms that have permitted organisms, over millions of years of evolution, to innovate and thrive, often in hostile and changing environments.
The Mehl Lab in the Biochemistry & Biophysics Department at Oregon State University is looking for multiple creative and ambitious postdocs who are interested in expanding our recent developments in genetic code expansion, protein engineering, structural biology and studies on protein post-translational modifications.
The Graduate School offers the Scholarly Presentation Award to provide graduate students with financial support to assist with certain costs associated with presenting their scholarly work at academic conferences and meetings.
CCDC-SC is offering a novel research opportunity focusing to treat nanoparticles as giant atoms and construct new "molecules" out of them. The goal of this project is to translate this atomic level reality to nanoparticles by viewing them as atoms and generating nanoparticle "molecules" that will show new optical, electronic, mechanical, and catalytic properties.