Office of Grants and Research Services

Searchable Databases

 
Searchable Databases
   


InfoEd International, Inc. - SPIN
Sponsored Programs Information Network is a funding database designed to provide up-to-date information on current national and international government and private funding sources. SPIN currently contains information from more than 2,500 different sponsoring agencies, which together fund thousands of separate funding opportunities.

InfoEd International, Inc. - GENIUS SMARTS

Global Expertise Network for Industry, University, and Scholars is a global WWW network and database of scientific and scholarly expertise. The system contains profiles entered and maintained by scholars and researchers at leading universities and research institutions throughout the world. GENIUS provides global recognition to participants and serves as a registry of institutional talent and expertise to be used by industry and academia. GENIUS provides a searchable resource for identifying interest and expertise for industry/university partnering, global partnering, and sponsored funding matches known as GENIUS Search.

Grants.Gov

Grants.Gov allows one to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from Federal grant-making agencies. Grants.gov is the single access point for thousands of grant programs offered by 26 Federal grant-making agencies and departments. Navigation of Grants.gov is simple. Use the colored tabs and links at the top of the screen to access primary sections of the site and links on the left side of the screen to access content within each section.

COS - COMMUNITY OF SCIENCE

Community of Sciences (COS), a division of CSA, is a leading provider of information resources to researchers, scholars and other professionals around the globe. COS brings together the world's most prominent scientists, researchers and scholars at more than 1,600 universities, corporations and government agencies worldwide. COS provides services that enable these professionals to find the funding, people and information that are important to their work. These services include: COS Expertise, the database of detailed, first person profiles of more than 480,000 R&D professionals and scholars; COS Funding Opportunities, the largest compendium of information about available funding; COS Abstract Management System, an online publishing solution for universities and professional societies; and customized access to a range of professional reference databases including U.S. Patents, MEDLINE, AGRICOLA, and GeoRef, among others.

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