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The Applied Spectral Knowledge Podcast is a forum for insights into spectral sensing challenges. In this episode, we share some tips on the Ocean Insight Grant Program screening process. The program deadline is Dec. 21, 2021.
Ocean Insight Knowledge Manager Rob Morris joins a mystery guest to discuss the ins and outs of the Ocean Insight 2021 Grant Program. You’ll learn about the upcoming proposal deadline (2:35), important judging criteria (10:35), and the ease of the application process (13:11).
Enjoy other episodes of the ASK podcast.
Arif Cetin, a researcher at the Izmir Biomedicine and Genome Center in Turkey, discusses his work developing an optical sensing platform to monitor the effectiveness of drug therapies for cancer treatment.
Santiago Arellano, a researcher in the Department of Space, Earth and Environment at Chalmers University of Technology, discusses his work measuring the properties of aerosols, fine particles and droplets suspended in air.
Kelsey Sakimoto of Biko Biolabs, a 2020 Ocean Insight Grant Program winner, discusses the challenges of environmental plastic pollution. Read on the recent interview we enjoyed with Biko founder.
Researchers from start-up companies and local, state and federal institutions including colleges, universities, research centers and regulatory agencies are eligible.
Ocean Insight will make awards of up to $20,000 USD in equipment donations:
Also, Grant Program awardees are entitled to enhanced technical support via a single Fixed Insight Study from our Ocean Lab Services team. This support is subject to the same criteria governing the use of equipment donations (see Other Considerations below).
Your application must be submitted no later than Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021. When submitting your application, you agree to the following terms:
Ocean Insight collaborates with customers to discover, refine and deliver new approaches to solving the world’s most pressing problems with spectral technologies. Our expert Grant Program judging panel will evaluate applications based on their technical merit, innovation, and advancement of initiatives that improve health, safety or the environment. Recent grant awardees are developing new approaches to cancer detection, to atmospheric monitoring of natural aerosols, and to methods for plastic waste remediation.