Grant requests and funding proposals are an important part of scientific research, but doing the work to write them isn’t always easy. In fact, the process is often demanding, time-consuming and downright stressful.
From choosing the right analytical instrumentation to gathering published resources and substantiating your request with data, the grant-writing process is filled with complexity. That’s why it’s so valuable to have the right support and resources to guide you. With quality resources and timely support available through Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Grant and Funding Central, you can pull together the necessary information quickly and avoid a lot of wasted time.
Strategies for writing the NIH instrumentation grant – Learn successful strategies and specific requirements for writing an S10 grant, including what goes in (and what does not). Check out these three resources:
Expert grant writing tips for high-end instrumentation – Learn about resources and grant submission support offered by experts who are there for you every step of the way.
Technical experts at Thermo Fisher Scientific
Aside from our online resources, our global team of more than 120,000 colleagues can offer valuable knowledge and experience to support your grant writing efforts. They can gather information from published sources to support your proposal and help you identify the instrumentation for your high-sensitivity work. They can also conduct instrument demonstrations and provide preliminary data proof statements. Contact a team member.
Check out our Grant and Funding Central site for additional information and resources.