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NVRIC External Support

Please contact NVRIC before applying to any of the programs below. We can help craft your proposals to give them the best chance to be funded.

National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps)

The NSF I-Corps is a set of activities and programs that prepare scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and broadens the impact of select NSF-funded, basic research projects. While knowledge gained from NSF-supported basic research frequently advances a particular field of science or engineering, some results also show immediate potential for broader applicability and impact in the commercial world. Such results may be translated through I-Corps into technologies with near-term benefits for the economy and society.

National Science Foundation Industry & University Cooperative Research Program (I/UCRC)

The NSF I/UCRC program brings faculty and students from academic institutions together with companies, non-profits, and state, federal and local governments to collaborate on pre-competitive, fundamental research of interest to industry to drive innovation in the United States.

NVRIC External Support

Please contact NVRIC before applying to any of the programs below. We can help craft your proposals to give them the best chance to be funded.

NVRIC External Support

Please contact NVRIC before applying to any of the programs below. We can help craft your proposals to give them the best chance to be funded.

National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps)

The NSF I-Corps is a set of activities and programs that prepare scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and broadens the impact of select NSF-funded, basic research projects. While knowledge gained from NSF-supported basic research frequently advances a particular field of science or engineering, some results also show immediate potential for broader applicability and impact in the commercial world. Such results may be translated through I-Corps into technologies with near-term benefits for the economy and society.

National Science Foundation Industry & University Cooperative Research Program (I/UCRC)

The NSF I/UCRC program brings faculty and students from academic institutions together with companies, non-profits, and state, federal and local governments to collaborate on pre-competitive, fundamental research of interest to industry to drive innovation in the United States.