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Resources on grants and grant writing for those in the sciences (specifically the health sciences)
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Grants are non-repayable sums of money given by one party to another. Often the grant maker is a government department, a corporation, a foundation or a trust; often the recipient is a nonprofit entity, an educational institution, a business or an individual. Most grants are made to fund a specific project and require either a proposal or application and some level of compliance and reporting.

Use this guide to help you search for information about grant and funding opportunities and to help you write a successful proposal. Coverage includes government, association and private funders.

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