This report has been developed to increase awareness about which US sources are appropriate and viable to EU researchers. There is also a Guide to US participation in the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020).
The report aims to helping EU researchers finding potential sources of US funding. In order to provide meaningful information, this report does not identify individual funding opportunities. The report includes descriptions for 26 US federal agencies and 30 non-federal agencies to help EU scientists and academics self-identify funding opportunities to support their research. A Guide to US participation in the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) has also been developed.
Moreover, a useful Terminology MediaWiki for researchers, research managers and administrators have been developed, where EU and US terminology of funding mechanisms and grants management at both sides of the Atlantic have been juxtaposed to better understand each other, the global funding landscape and to fully exploit transatlantic funding opportunities.
BILAT USA 4.0 project, funded by the European Union, aiming to enhance and develop science, technology, and innovation (STI) partnerships between the U.S. and Europe.