Without valuable research, no inventions, discoveries, and relevant studies will ever be known in the world. And to be a researcher yourself can be challenging especially when a lot of things that are required for you to carry out the research—from its onset up to its conclusion—are scarce and limited. Normally, laborious research requires longitudinal studies and this could mean finances could run out.
College student Jamie always find the right ways to seek grants for research and development because she believes in the valuable work she does, “I don’t do the empirical study just to get published. I always make sure that people will benefit from my research because essentially, we study and prove our hypothesis because it could lead to important breakthroughs in the future. Most of what I do is not just simply documentation. I always aim for find out something new, something relevant, something no one ever saw before.”
“The first step should be for you to search for a funding scheme that works for the project you plan on conducting. You must keep in mind your area of research and look for a grant in that particular area. For example, if your research is related to bioengineering, you must search for a funding program in that particular field only. For medicine related research projects, you can even look to apply for grants at the National Institute of Health. Find these grants on their website, including the eligibility criteria and application process. Another place you can find research grant opportunities is the online webpage of your university. They generally display a list of the institute’s benefactors and sponsors as well as mention names of any organizations that provide grants for research projects specifically to their students,” wrote an unnamed writer for the site fileforgrants.com in the article titled How To Secure a Research Grant.
To secure an r & d grant, complying to the granting body is a big factor, as Andrea, a long-time researcher of socio-political studies, “No grantor will ever process your document if they are incomplete. It is also important to make your research proposal direct and filled with objectives that are significant in your field of interest.”
In the same manner, government and private organizations open their doors for grants for sme (small and medium enterprises), “When it comes to locating financing, nothing beats a grant. Money is provided to you free of charge that you can put toward your startup. Understandably, locating and landing these grants is extremely difficult, but you’ll definitely never land a grant if you don’t try…Grants are available based on the theme of your business, as well as your own demographics. There are grants for minority business owners, women, single mothers, and more. In order to apply, you’ll have to dust off your keyboard and start typing. Most grant programs require extensive proposals where you detail every aspect of your organization,” wrote forbes.com contributor Drew Hendricks in the article 4 Great Tips For Finding Funding For Your Startup