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Federal Funding

  • Subscribe to weekly emails of internal and limited federal & foundation opportunities
  • Quick links to InfoReady Review for notification of interest and/or application submission
  • Includes relevant research opportunities resources, and speaker series/panel events

UChicago offers unlimited access to ProQuests’s Pivot-RP database to help faculty and other researchers, staff members, and students find funding opportunities and potential collaborators for research and scholarly endeavors.

The Pivot Database is updated daily and provides information about billions of dollars in funding opportunities from federal, non-federal, foundation, corporate, and other private sponsors across all disciplines. Through Pivot you can save search criteria and receive weekly updates on new and upcoming funding opportunities of your curation.

Access to Pivot-RP is limited to authenticated users only, so you must have an email address that is issued by the University. To access Pivot without signing in, you will need to be connected to the UChicago network.

The UChicago Funding and Awards Portal, InforReady Review, is the application portal for interal seed funding as well as federal and foundation limited submissions.

All institutionally limited submissions are applied for via InfoReady Review. Simply select the opportunity of interest for which you are eligible, and your submission will then enter an internal selection process.

Subscribe to the weekly Office of Research InfoReady Review email digest of UChicago awards and institutionally limited opportunities for quick links to apply.

Access to InfoReady requires creation of an Application user profile upon initial login.

Research and Events Highlights

PI Spotlight: Andrzej Joachimiak

Andrzej's current research focuses on proteins and protein-nucleic acid interactions and includes enzymes, transcription factors and molecular chaperones.

Duality Accelerator

Accelerating Quantum Startups

Anchored by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, which has a 25-year successful track record running one of the top startup accelerator programs in the nation.

Fermilab European Partners Meeting

A meeting of minds: Fermilabs, UChicago, UK Research and Innovation Workshop

Chicago Quantum Exchange

A growing intellectual hub for the science and engineering of quantum information

License to Innovate

This is Your License to Innovate: UChicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Argonne National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Showcase New Tech

Strategic Laboratory Leadership Program (SLLP)

Leaders at several national labs, DOE, and the University of Chicago gather to take stock and consider how to use the lessons learned to prepare the national lab workforce for 2025 and beyond.

Frontiers in Energy Technologies Workshop

UChicago in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory conviens world-class thought leaders to create a vision for an ambitious energy technologies initiative at the University of Chicago. 

 PreviousNext JTFI Partnerships for Emerging Technologies Event

The Partnerships for Emerging Technologies initiative awarded $1 million in funding to 15 research projects cutting across four topic areas.

Department of Defense Research Visit:

Dr. Bindu Nair

Dr. Bindu Nair, DoD Director of Basic Research, visited the University of Chicago campus on September 29th. Slides and recording from Dr. Bindu's visit are available.

PI Spotlight: Kate Keahey

When any successful project attracts a large community, there will be growing pains. Since its launch in 2015, the experimental cloud computing testbed Chameleon has realized its vision of becoming a shared scientific instrument for computer science research and education.

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