Grants Database

The Foundation awards approximately 200 grants per year (excluding the Sloan Research Fellowships), totaling roughly $80 million dollars in annual commitments in support of research and education in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and economics. This database contains grants for currently operating programs going back to 2008. For grants from prior years and for now-completed programs, see the annual reports section of this website.

Grants Database

Grantee
Amount
City
Year
  • grantee: Code for Science and Society
    amount: $50,000
    city: Portland, OR
    year: 2019

    To establish a network aimed at integrating and expanding open infrastructure initiatives

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Kaitlin Thaney

    To establish a network aimed at integrating and expanding open infrastructure initiatives

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  • grantee: University of California, Santa Barbara
    amount: $115,115
    city: Santa Barbara, CA
    year: 2019

    To document and study the histories of the R and Python programming languages

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Dan Sholler

    To document and study the histories of the R and Python programming languages

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  • grantee: Princeton University
    amount: $143,191
    city: Princeton, NJ
    year: 2019

    To establish and strengthen professional networks of research software engineers in the United States

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Ian Cosden

    To establish and strengthen professional networks of research software engineers in the United States

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  • grantee: NumFOCUS
    amount: $30,000
    city: Austin, TX
    year: 2019

    To partially support participation in the 2019 NumFOCUS Project Sustainability Summit

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Leah Silen

    To partially support participation in the 2019 NumFOCUS Project Sustainability Summit

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  • grantee: California Institute of Technology
    amount: $64,032
    city: Pasadena, CA
    year: 2019

    To develop community best practices and standards for discipline-specific software registries and repositories

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Stephen Davison

    To develop community best practices and standards for discipline-specific software registries and repositories

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  • grantee: Arizona State University
    amount: $124,973
    city: Tempe, AZ
    year: 2019

    To support standards and community development to improve the flexibility and interoperability of computational models

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Michael Barton

    To support standards and community development to improve the flexibility and interoperability of computational models

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  • grantee: Educopia Institute
    amount: $45,824
    city: Atlanta, GA
    year: 2019

    To partially support a conference on the subject of maintenance across research, policy, and practice

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Jessica Meyerson

    To partially support a conference on the subject of maintenance across research, policy, and practice

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  • grantee: NumFOCUS
    amount: $20,000
    city: Austin, TX
    year: 2019

    To support travel to and attendance at JuliaCon2019 by underrepresented minorities in computing who are users of and contributors to the Julia programming language

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Jane Herriman

    To support travel to and attendance at JuliaCon2019 by underrepresented minorities in computing who are users of and contributors to the Julia programming language

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  • grantee: Harvard University
    amount: $116,290
    city: Cambridge, MA
    year: 2019

    To construct a quantitative index of the health and sustainability of open source software projects used in academia

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Merce Crosas

    To construct a quantitative index of the health and sustainability of open source software projects used in academia

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  • grantee: Rhizome
    amount: $187,125
    city: New York, NY
    year: 2019

    To prototype the alignment of software and network preservation in the context of a new publishing platform for Emulation as a Service

    • Program Technology
    • Sub-program Better Software for Science
    • Investigator Dragan Espenschied

    To prototype the alignment of software and network preservation in the context of a new publishing platform for Emulation as a Service

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