Basic Instrumentation Grant (BIG) Program From The NIH
The NIH's Basic Instrumentation Grant (BIG) Program encourages applications from groups of NIH-supported investigators to purchase a single high-priced, specialized, commercially available instrument or an integrated instrumentation system.
The BIG Program is limited to institutions that have not received S10 instrumentation funding of $250,001 or greater in any of the Federal fiscal years 2018-2020. The minimum award is $25,000. There is no maximum price limit for the instrument; however, the maximum award is $250,000. Instruments supported include, but are not limited to, basic cell sorters, confocal microscopes, ultramicrotomes, gel imagers, or computer systems.
Deadline for application: June 1st
Learn more about the NIH's Basic Instrument Grant (BIG) Program
For interested applicants MiTeGen is offering a unique opportunity to acquire NANUQ™ - an Optimal Crystal Cryo-Cooling Device.
The NANUQ, as used by customers like UCSF, can help your lab:
- Solve structures faster by getting the best diffraction from the crystals you have
- Improve your research by eliminating variability that limits your diffraction resolution
- Automate your crystal cryocooling and puck filling, preventing lost crystals or icy loops
- Standardize practices in your lab so everyone can get great results
We can assist you with details to streamline submission of your application. Please provide us your contact information and we will get back to you with more information.