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SNBC seed funding

SNBC seed funding

Basic guidelines

The proposal submissions must involve collaborative partnership between industry partner and local academic institutions (IHLs – University, Polytechnics/Research Institutes).

Researchers under IHLs needs to be registered as academic members or be in the institutional membership category.

Industry partner must be an SNBC industry member. A list of existing industry members are attached for your reference. Companies that are not members but are interested to submit a joint application are welcome to join the consortium. For membership enquiries, please contact smitha.vs@ntu.edu.sg or maria.yung@ntu.edu.sg

The funding quantum is as follows:  SNBC funds $60,000 in cash and a minimum $50,000 contribution in-cash or in-kind is required from each industry partner.

The funded project must be hosted at an IHL or research institute.

For detailed guidelines please click here to download.

Public & Private Fund

Public & Private Fund

Examples of follow-up funding schemes:

A*STAR: Industry Alignment Fund: Industry Collaboration Projects (IAF-ICP)

NHIC: NHIC funding schemes

NRF: Central Gap Fund

Please feel free to contact us should you require more information on follow-up grants.

Awarded Projects (SNBC-Round-1)

Awarded Projects (SNBC-Round-1)

Five projects were awarded on SNBC’s first seed grant calls.

Click here to view the list of awarded projects.

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