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Home > Press > PA NanoCenter to Host Webinar Detailing Request for Funding Proposals

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The PA NanoCenter has $980,000 in grant funds - the largest funding round to date - in support of commercialization efforts of nano-materials research.

PA NanoCenter to Host Webinar Detailing Request for Funding Proposals

Pittsburgh, PA | Posted on November 15th, 2010

The grants are available to Pennsylvania-based university researchers and small and large companies to support the development of innovative product ideas using advanced materials and nanotechnology. There are two categories of funding: $30,000 grants for fast-track pre-commercialization projects and $200,000 for full commercialization projects.

STEP 1 - To learn more, sign-up for a webinar.

November 16, 2011 - Pre-commercialization Grants

November 17, 2011 - Commercialization Grants

Additional times available on the website.

STEP 2 - Submit an Idea Brief

We are encouraging multiple ideas from researchers and companies - contact the Center, submit ideas, and discuss your proposals for projects.

STEP 3 - Submit a formal Proposal

Visit the website for a proposal template and information on the RFP.

Contact Leoné Hermans-Blackburn, if you need any assistance as you formulate your ideas, identify partners etc.

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For more information, please click here

Contacts:
2000 Technology Drive
Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
P: 412.687.2700

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