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Posted January 15th, 2014 by admin

Two funding sources are listed for Nano Technology. One targets Nano Technology in Undergraduate Education and the other is in the area of Nano Biosensing. Both have proposal dead lines in 2014.

Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education (NUE) in Engineering
Anticipated deadline for 2014 proposals is May 22 2014.
This solicitation aims at introducing nanoscale science, engineering, and technology through a variety of interdisciplinary approaches into undergraduate engineering education. The focus of the FY 2013 competition is on nanoscale engineering education with relevance to devices and systems and/or on the societal, ethical, economic and/or environmental issues relevant to nanotechnology.
Related funding opportunities are posted on the web site for the National Nanotechnology Initiative, In addition, research and education projects in nanoscale science and engineering will continue to be supported in the relevant NSF programs and divisions.

Deadline for proposals is Sept 17, 2014
The Nano-Biosensing Program supports fundamental research in engineering areas related to:
- Novel biorecognition elements
- Multifunctional nanomaterials and interfaces for biosensing applications
- Fundamental study of bio-macromolecules confinement and orientation at the micro- and nano-interfaces for biosensing applications
- Nano-biosensors for basic biology applications (protein-protein interactions, cellular signaling and cross talk, as well as other similar topics)
- Integration of nano-biosensors into portable devices for medical applications.
The Nano-Biosensing Program supports innovative, transformative and insightful fundamental investigations of original technologies with broad long term impact and applications that require novel use of bio-inspired engineering principles and sophisticated approaches to meet the engineering and technology needs of the nation. The program is targeting research in the area of the monitoring, identification and/or quantification of biological phenomena and will support potential technological breakthroughs that exist at the intersection of engineering, life science and information technology. Proposals submitted to the Program must advance both engineering and life sciences.