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  1. Mar 2024
  2. Dec 2023
  3. Jul 2023
  4. Dec 2022
  5. Sep 2022
    1. The mindset that “research funding” is all that research enabling organizations do is wrong.

      For instance, maybe Gitcoin should offer more incubation style support versus small sums.

  6. Apr 2022
  7. Dec 2021
    1. In a world where labs become sustainable by spinning out products, researchers need some way to de-risk their initial work, when they won’t have any new products or technologies to sell. I think this is an effective place for open-ended research grant programs.

      This is a lovely idea, but it feels like it's just kicking the can down the road. Who's funding these grants? Where do those monies come from? That's the real problem.

  8. May 2021
  9. Jan 2021
    1. this paper identifies / lists 5 reasons to follow the money in health care. These reasons are applicable to social services or other areas of philanthropy as well.

  10. Sep 2019
  11. Jun 2019
  12. May 2019
  13. Jan 2019
    1. Welcome to The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s grants database.  Explore our grantmaking history using the map with filters for program area, amount, date and keywords. 

      Andrew Mellon foundation grants

  14. Jul 2018
  15. Sep 2016
    1. Writing Science: How to Write Papers That Get Cited and Proposals That Get Funded, Joshua Schimel

      Nice book

  16. Mar 2016
    1. Marsh, H. W., Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Daniel, H. D., & O’Mara, A. (2009). Gender effects in the peerreviews of grant proposals: A comprehensive meta-analysis comparing traditional and multilevelapproaches.Review of Educational Research, 79, 1290–1326
  17. Jul 2014
    1. 4. Identify Lacunas of Knowledge in Neuroscience Using the NIF Platform Develop a comprehensive web-based interactive meta-analytical map (heat map) of task fMRI activation foci across all human fMRI studies in the literature. Thus create an “activity map” of the human brain based on functional brain imaging by creating a visualization that depicts:

      NIF Grant

  18. Feb 2014
    1. As long as the income was incoming, we were happy to trade funding our institutions with our money (tuition and endowment) for funding it with other people’s money (loans and grants.) And so long as college remained a source of cheap and effective job credentials, our new sources of support—students with loans, governments with research agendas—were happy to let us regard ourselves as priests instead of service workers.