All Things Data has just released a new valuable web based data tool for researchers, scientists, marketers, engineers, educators and students.
According to the National Science Foundation (NSF): “The NSF funds research and education in science and engineering, through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. The Foundation accounts for about 20 percent of federal support to academic institutions for basic research.”
Now you can search and find who is conducting the latest funded research and the type of research that is being done. Search the Database to understand the NSF and NASA grants obtained by any organization. This includes academic, research, and other organizations.
Like the other All Things Data Web Applications, it’s free! Yes you can search and access the data at no cost or obligation.
This Application is part of All Things Data’s efforts to make valuable data easily accessible to the business public. If you need help integrating this data with your internal data, All Things Data’s SingleVision Data Integration Software can help get the job done. Just ask.
Search for the institution of interest and a list of grants will be provided. The listing can be downloaded for further analysis and study. Also links are provided to details about the NSF Grants, including the key people at the organization receiving the NSF Grant.
The Database includes NSF and NASA grants from 2012 to the present. If you need data going further back, contact All Things Data for help.
Shortly, All Things Data also will be enhancing this offering with the ability to search for any topic or subject of interest. You will be able to find the latest funded research on a variety of science and business related topics. We'll let you know when that enhancement is available.