NSF is moving it's headquarters this summer. Important things to note:
RIT Researcher News
The next NSF Day is at the University of St. Joseph in West Hartford CT, September 12. NSF Days provide basic insight and instruction on how to compete for NSF funding for science, engineering and education research. The day long workshop provides background on the Foundation, its mission and priorities, an overview of proposal writing, and the chance to engage with NSF representatives from multiple programs.
LMI (http://www.lmi.org) seeks to conduct sponsored research with university partners to provide independent analysis and practical solutions to the challenges facing the federal government. The FY18 topic areas of interest are:
The Research to Prevent Blindness/Reader's Digest Partners for Sight Foundation and RPB/Consumer Technology Association Foundation Innovations in Technology Low Vision Research Award promotes the development of assistive devices for persons with low vision, with a focus on mobile and/or wearable innovations that can be implemented on multiple platforms, such as electronic tablets or phones.
The Road from Nanomedicine to Precision Medicine
15th Annual International Conference
September 25, 2017
Rite Aid Lounge (2nd Floor), Gozzo Student Center
Albany College of Pharmacy
106 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208
The Sony Research Award Program is now open and the submission deadline is September 15, 2017. The Research Award program has two tracks: the Faculty Innovation Award and the Focused Research Award, each with their own requirements and maximum award amounts. These programs provide funding for cutting-edge academic research and help build a collaborative relationship between faculty and Sony researchers.