Application guidelines for the 2014 Seed and Salomon grants are now available. These grants are for both individual research projects (Salomon) and multi-investigator, multidisciplinary projects (Seed) to help support excellence in scholarly work by providing funding for exceptional research projects.
Previous winners have studied topics ranging from greenhouse gas emissions to tracking disease in wildlife, energy efficiency, and children of the civil rights movement.
The deadline for Salomon funding is Monday, November 4, 2013 and for Seed funding is Monday, December 2, 2012.
More information on Seed & Salomon grants.