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About Funding Institutional
Gain a competitive edge with a holistic view of the research funding landscape using a single solution that combines over 20,000 active funding opportunities with information on over 2 million awarded research grants from a wide-range of funders.
Funding Institutional informs your research program strategy by helping you find active, accurate funding opportunities in a timely manner from nearly 3,000 government and private funding organizations, and by offering insight into research that has already been funded in your area of interest.
Funding Insights with Funding Institutional
Funding Discovery with Funding Institutional
Unlocking value by combining data sources
Funding Institutional sources data on active funding opportunities, awarded grants and funder profiles and combines it in such a way that, whatever role you play as an institutional stakeholder, you can apply it directly to your work, responsibilities and workflows.
Funding Institutional is unique due to our combination of data sources. It is the only solution to provide active, accurate funding information on a wide range of funders, while simultaneously delivering insights into awarded grants.
Funding Institutional offers access to the following content:
government and private funding organizations, including 1,600 funders in the U.S.
active funding opportunities
$70+ Billion (USD)
worth of active funding opportunity
$2+ Trillion (USD)
worth of awarded grants
Funding Institutional offers a unique value to institutions, based on:
combining funder, funding opportunities and awarded grants data from a wide range of funders, keeping users up-to-date in a timely manner
a single solution that supports funding insight, discovery and decision-making
integration with unique Elsevier assets, such as Scopus and the Elsevier Fingerprint Engine