Singapore National Biofilm Consortium (SNBC) Industry-IHL Collaboration Seed Grant
Awards Up to S$110,000*
*Remark: S$60,000 cash from SNBC and a minimum contribution of $50,000 cash and/or in-kind from industry partner (s).
The SNBC IHL-Industry alignment fund aims to promote small-scale collaborative developmental and proof-of-concept projects between Institute of Higher Learnings (IHLs) and Industry Members within the Singapore National Biofilm Consortium.
Projects encompassing the field of biofilms and / or microbiomes will be considered. The results generated from the seed projects should demonstrate potential and confidence to pursue the next level of funding or development.
The current grant call is also open to projects relating to standard and method development in the biofilm / microbiome domains (e.g. methods for efficacy testing, model development, etc).
a Domains applicable: water, agri- / aqua-tech, F&B, surface technologies, analytics, healthcare and consumer products, methods and standards development.
Important Dates (Singapore-time):
Please note all calls have ended.
Examples of follow-up funding schemes:
NHIC: NHIC funding schemes
NRF: Central Gap Fund
SMART Innovation Centre: Innovation 2.0 Grant program
Temasek Foundation: Liveability & sustainability Innovation schemes
NTUitive Gap Fund: POC Grant
Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com, should you require more information on follow-up grants.
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