Search Our Grants And Awards

Click here to see a list of the Foundation’s grants in response to the current COVID-19 crisis.

    Grant Amount
    Year

    Results: 1-25 of 487

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Society for Science & the PublicScience, Communications & Linkages$450,0002022to support the Science News’ coverage of physics and astronomy
    University of Florida Board of TrusteesScience$342,1212022for Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics - Mapping the Architectures of Planetary Systems Around Small Stars
    Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$291,5822022for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    Regents of the University of MichiganScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$261,5222022for the 51 Pegasi b Fellowship
    National Academy of SciencesScience, Climate Change Science$75,0002022to support NASEM's creation of standardized greenhouse gas information and decision-making guidelines for policymakers
    Science Friday Initiative, Inc.Science, Communications & Linkages$300,0002022for general support
    Ohio State UniversityScience$344,3022022for Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics - Bridging Theory and Observations of the Stellar Life Cycle
    The Pennsylvania State UniversityScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$99,2132022for the Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science Symposium VII
    Social Good FundScience$29,6392022to provide tutor salaries for Onaketa
    Arizona State University Foundation for a New American UniversityScience$133,2772022to support the PI's salary in the Native Skywatchers - We Are Stardust (NSW-WAS) learning cohort project
    Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyScience, Communications & Linkages$220,0002022to support the Fund for Diverse Voices at the MIT Press
    Bryn Mawr CollegeScience$330,1682022for Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics - Deciphering the Evolution of our Milky Way
    Science DCAScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$206,1252022for 51 Pegasi b Science Summit expenses
    Regents of the University of MichiganScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$210,6752022to support technical development for directly imaging exoplanets
    University of WashingtonScience, Fundamental Physics$23,0002022for accessibility support for the Seattle Snowmass Summer Study 2022
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$111,6172022for the Code/Astro 2022 software engineering workshop for astronomers
    The Regents of the University of CaliforniaScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$1,600,0002022to support detection and characterization of isolated black holes in the Milky Way using gravitational microlensing
    American Geophysical UnionScience$75,0002022for the Second National Conference: Justice in the Geosciences
    Board of Regents Nevada System of Higher EducationScience, Fundamental Physics$199,9352022for multi-messenger astronomy in exotic field modality with GPS atomic clock data
    California Institute of TechnologyScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$122,9482022for the assembly and testing of the High-resolution Instrument for the Rapid Assessment of eXo-atmospheres (HIRAX)
    International Documentary Association IncScience, Women in Physics & Astronomy$295,0002022for the pre-production, production, and distribution of the documentary REACH FOR THE STARS
    Regents of the University of California Santa CruzScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$720,4802022for the Shadow the Scientists astronomical observing outreach initiative
    The Pennsylvania State UniversityScience, Women in Physics & Astronomy$400,0002022for the establishment of the Mercedes Richards Career Development Professorship endowment
    Association of Universities for Research Astronomy IncScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$73,4152022for purchase of an emergency backup generator and related equipment
    Science DCAScience, Astronomy & Cosmology$12,0002022for the 51 Pegasi b Review Panel

    The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.

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