New Technical Assistance Program for COVID-19 related projects (CTAP)
The DOE Office of Technology Transitions has made funds available to the DOE national laboratory system to assist non-DOE entities working to combat the coronavirus pandemic. CTAP is designed to allow external entities – including state, tribal and local governments; non-for-profit organizations; regional and local businesses; and other private sector entities – to engage directly with DOE lab researchers. Ames Laboratory is participating in this program.
LightMat: Funding Opportunity for Collaboration with National Laboratories
To accelerate innovation and adoption of new lightweighting technologies for on-highway vehicles, LightMAT is releasing its fifth-round opportunity for directed funding assistance (DFA). Interested industry partners wanting to collaborate with research experts and leverage unique materials capabilities at U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories are encouraged to apply. Proposals will be accepted through September 2020.
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