The goal of NASA Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) is to provide seed funding that will enable jurisdictions to develop an academic research enterprise directed toward long-term, self-sustaining, nationally-competitive capabilities in aerospace and aerospace-related research.
The NASA EPSCoR Program released a solicitation called "Rapid Response Research (R3).” The goal of this effort is to foster close collaborations among NASA, industry and university faculty to solve specific current NASA research challenges. Click for more info.
Rapid Response Research (R3)
The International space Station Flight Opportunity CAN is for current or previously funded EPSCoR projects or other research projects that are mature enough to design a research experiment
or develop research experimental hardware to the point that it can be safely flown on the ISS. Pre-proposals are due on December 6. Click here for more info.
ISS Flight Opportunity
The Research Infrastructure Development (RID) program is designed to provide seed funding to faculty who are conducting research that aligns with NASA Mission Directorates and NASA Field Centers. This one-time award is open year-round.
Research Infrastructure Development (RID)
A Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN) is used to solicit unique research programs and/or related activities that involves a relatively high degree of interaction and cooperation between NASA and the selected recipient(s) to achieve NASA’s desired objectives. NASA EPSCoR CAN 2020 solicitation estimated release date: November 2019.
Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN)
We enable faculty from these academic institutions to compete for funds from NASA and non‐NASA sources outside of the EPSCoR program in order to find solutions for scientific and technical problems of importance to NASA Centers, Mission Directorates, and the Office of the Chief Technologist.