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OOR Coordinated Funding

  • The DOC NIST CHIPS for America program will release a series of NOFOs designed to advance the development of semiconductor technologies and to enhance the competitiveness of the U.S. semiconductor industry.  The CHIPS R&D programs address five cross-cutting issues that were identified through interactions with stakeholders and include: Access to facilities and equipment for late-stage R&D and prototyping; Advanced packaging and testing; Advanced metrology and characterization; Advanced manufacturing technology; and Workforce development. It is anticipated that most, if not all, will be limited submission, including those where Purdue is a sub-awardee. Based on the complexity of this program, all submissions involving Purdue as a participant will be coordinated through OOR at all stages (white paper and full submissions) including those participating as a sub-awardee. Interested faculty should contact
  • HHS ARPA-H The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) is a research funding agency that supports transformative biomedical and health breakthroughs – ranging from the molecular to the societal – to provide health solutions for all. Those interested in pursuing ARPA-H funding should contact for details.

Funding Tools and E-mail Alerts

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University-wide Awards for Research, Scholarship or Creative Works

Partner Funding Opportunities

  • Purdue University Federal Appropriation Request Process
  • Indiana CTSI
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