New Jersey based supports in funding, research and networking
Choose New Jersey's mission is to encourage and nurture economic growth throughout New Jersey, including making the state’s most distressed cities engines for growth and opportunity. New Jersey is one of only a handful of states that has charged a non-governmental agency with state-wide marketing efforts for economic development purposes.
New Jersey Bio-Science Database
Explore what makes New Jersey so well situated to the bioscience industry by taking a look at New Jersey’s Resume or start discovering what assets are available by searching our new NJ Research/Asset Search, where we host information about what specific research, researchers, and companies reside in New Jersey. This free service allows people to make the connections to the multitude of resources available in New Jersey. Find someone who is doing research in your field of interest or connect with a company that matches your needs.
The New Jersey Business Incubation Network
The New Jersey Business Incubation Network (NJBIN) is a collaborative statewide community of business experts and resource facilities dedicated to enhancing the commercial success of early stage and expansion stage entrepreneurial companies, growing higher paying jobs, and supporting the economic growth strategy for the state. Early stage and expansion stage companies receive critical support services and flexible space in a professional business environment.
NJ Tech Meetup
The NJ Tech Meetup is a monthly meeting of 150+ entrepreneurs and innovators from our impressive group of innovative and creative members. We meet monthly, usually at the Stevens Institute of Technology campus in Hoboken, NJ, to hear from smart feature speakers and interesting startups. The goal is an atmosphere of sharing best practices and learning from both failure and success.
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Funds research in science and technology, standards of living and economic performance, education and careers in science and technology, and selected national issues.
American Cancer Society
Supports cancer research.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Supports research in global development and health, and education in the United States.
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Offers grants in conservation and science, population, children, families and communities.
Ellison Medical Foundation
Supports research in aging and global infectious diseases.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Supports research and teaching in the biomedical sciences.
Human Frontier Science Program
Research grants and fellowships in the Life Sciences.
James S. McDonnell Foundation
Supports scientific research in mind/brain/behavior, complex systems, and brain cancer.
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation
Programs fund research into the prevention and treatment of birth defects and prematurity, including genetics, development, and social, behavioral, and environmental hazards.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Supports education, training and research aimed at improving health and health care in the United States.
Sigma Xi invites applications for the Grants-in-Aid of Research Program to support Educational Experiences in All Areas of the Sciences and Engineering.
Vascular Cures invites applications for the Wylie Scholar Awards Program to Help Early Career Vascular Surgeons Develop as Academic Vascular Surgeon-Scientists.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Supports programs in education, environment, global development, performing arts, philanthropy, and population.