Collaborative Funding Grant
The Collaborative Funding Grant (CFG) supports a university-company partnership that will advance a company’s technology toward the marketplace. This grant provides funds for a post-doctoral fellow or technician in a university lab to conduct research on a project of commercial interest. University investigators and companies first form the collaboration and then apply together through the university.
The CFG is jointly sponsored by the Biotechnology Center and the Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science at North Carolina State University.
Who does the CFG benefit?
- Companies gain valuable, cutting-edge research to advance their technology
- Principal Investigators build relationships with companies that may lead to future support
- University post-doctoral researchers and technicians gain industry experience
Here is what Chuck Foresman, Senior Technical Brand Manager, Syngenta had to say about the CFG Program:
“Syngenta commissioned a study through the Collaborative Funding Grant Program to better understand the impact of Roundup Ready technology on North Carolina growers. Results of the study provided supplemental information affecting strategic decisions taken to better prepare farmers and industry for the demand of this once-in-a-hundred-year technology.”
Read success stories and view previous awards from past recipients.
How does the CFG work?
Funding and Matching Requirements
The award is $50,000 per year. The total funding with match is $80,000 per year for two years.
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