The U.S.–Israel Science Foundation (BSF) is accepting applications in a joint funding program in chemical engineering with the Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET) of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).

Chemical engineering

The Terms of this program are as follows:

This NSF–BSF program is not a “special” program with the NSF setting aside money for potential grants. Rather, it is an integral part of the regular NSF core programs in this discipline, with no “special” funds. Clear understanding of it by the U.S. partner is essential before embarking on proposal writing.

Proposals are welcome in all CBET program areas:

 Chemical Process Systems Cluster

 Engineering Biology and Health Cluster

 Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Cluster

 Transport Phenomena Cluster

These programs have no deadlines and submission is welcome throughout the year. Please note that the Israeli PIs have to submit their proposals to the BSF within seven days after the U.S. PIs submit to the NSF.

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