The DE-INBRE Core Facility Voucher Program, supported by NIGMS P20GM103446, is available to provide access to Instrumentation and Research Services Cores (see list here: http://de-inbre.org/core-facilities-shared-resources/). In the past, vouchers have been used to test proof of concept or provide additional data for publication or grants.
The Delaware INBRE Instrumentation Core Development Award is supported by the University of Delaware INBRE Office in order to enable staff from the affiliated INBRE cores to attend a workshop, offsite training, or conference. This award is aimed at core facility directors and research scientists that would like to develop new skills. Continual training and professional development is essential for core facility scientist. It also affords opportunities for presentations within in a professional setting, as well as opportunities for networking and exposure to the latest academic research.
The Delaware INBRE Travel Award is supported by the University of Delaware INBRE Office in order to enable undergraduate and graduate students affiliated with DE-INBRE to attend a conference/symposium. Continual professional development is essential for students. It also affords opportunities for presentations within in a professional setting, as well as opportunities for networking and exposure to the latest academic research.
The DE-INBRE Student Research Program (SRP) Academic Year Fellows Awards are competitive scholarships. These awards are intended to assist students in continuing their research beyond the summer program and into the academic year. By providing funding through research scholarships we hope that students may focus more attention and time on their research, deepening their inquiry into a discipline or project with a reduced financial burden.
The Delaware Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) program supports the growth of Delaware’s economy by fostering innovative research and development activities. The CAT program sponsors four grant mechanisms to attract and retain life science businesses and help to create new high-tech jobs in Delaware as follows: • iHIT – Ideas – High-return, Innovative, Transformative • EPoC – Entrepreneurial Proof of Concept • ARC – Applied Research Collaborations • TAP – Technology Access Program (SEPARATE APPLICATION found on CAT website using enclosed link)