The R&D team developed resources and collected information to help researchers locate funding sources for research.
Below is a list of recommended databases.
We are available for providing additional information on how to use the databases and how to perform a personalized search according to your preferences and specialization.
Databases for locating research funding sources
- An internal database of the R&D Authority, in which we regularly update proposals for funding research from external funds. See here.
- The SPIN Database provides detailed information on thousands of international funding opportunities in all areas. This database allows you to search using general keywords (text search) or by specific categories (advanced search). For information about opening a personal account, click here. For guidance on using the database, click here.
- NIH - A database of the American Health Organization. Due to the large number of NIH calls, we only publish some of them. For assistance in locating funding proposals in the database, please contact the America Desk.
- Grants.gov - Database for funding opportunities offered by federal agencies. For assistance in using the database, please contact the America Desk.