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Delaware Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology (Bioscience CAT)

The Bioscience CAT's mission is to support and grow Delaware's economy and bioscience community by fostering innovative research and development activities, as well as research collaborations among members of the Delaware bioscience community.

Information included in grant application narrative will be treated as confidential.

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Submission Deadline

Friday, September 30, 2016
by 5:00 pm.

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Applied Research Collaborations (ARC)

These grants are available to support activities that create, develop, test, apply, demonstrate and/or implement bioscience-related technologies. Projects typically involve academic and non-academic partnerships.

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Technology Access Program (TAP)

Provides Delaware bioscience businesses with access - at a reduced fee - to high-end technology platforms available as part of the Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI) network.

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Entrepreneurial Proof of Concept (EPoC)

12-month grant supporting life science entrepreneurs with the goal of establishing a Delaware based start-up.

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