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Introduction to the NSF Engines Funding Opportunity Webinar

June 3 @ 1:00 pm CDT

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One event on June 3, 2024 at 1:00 pm

The National Science Foundation’s Regional Innovation Engines Program (NSF Engines) has a new funding opportunity, 24-565. Each NSF Engine award will provide a team up to $160 million over 10 years to support growing and sustaining a place-based regional innovation ecosystem built on a future-oriented R&D technology topic, translation of innovations to practice, and inclusive workforce development. The project must be led by a full-time CEO and a coalition of partners and stakeholders.

Priority in the NSF Engines program will be given to projects located in regions of the United States that have not yet fully participated in the technology boom of the past several decades. Local/state governments and Tribal Nations are eligible to apply as lead organizations, along with non-profit organizations, higher education institutions, and for-profit organizations. Tribal Nations organizations can lead or participate as a partner.

To learn more, join NSF and the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a virtual presentation and Q&A session with members of the NSF Engines team! There will be two events, Thursday, May 23 at 2-3:30pm ET, and Monday, June 3 at 2-3:30pm ET. At each event, the NSF Engines team will present an overview of the solicitation and answer questions about opportunities for participation of Tribal Nations organizations during a live Q&A. The solicitation webinar and slide deck are also available online for additional information about the program.

To attend, please register at these links:

May 23 (2pm ET):

June 3 (2pm ET):

Questions about the program or the solicitation can be directed to:


June 3
1:00 pm
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