GenScript Life Science Research Grant Program 2024 (Up to $100,000)

Opportunity Detail

  • Language Requirement Not required
  • Gender MaleFemale
  • Level Non-Degree /Short program
  • Number of Opportunity: 40
  • Eligible Region/Countries


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  • Medium of Instruction English
  • Opportunity ID 77437

Opportunity Description

The GenScript Life Science Research Grant Program is a new initiative aimed at supporting breakthroughs in life science research areas, including but not limited to those listed below. This program aims to empower researchers by providing grant funding specifically designated for the purchase of GenScript reagents and services.

  • Gene and Cell Therapy Development
  • Antibody Drug Discovery
  • Vaccine Development
  • Diagnostics
  • Plant Sciences

GenScript uses cutting-edge technologies and platforms to offer complete “one-stop” solutions for projects in the designated research areas. By collaborating with researchers around the world on their proposed projects, the Life Science Research Grant Program will take advantage of GenScript’s current capabilities to expedite projects.

Quick Details:

  • Offered by: GenScript Biotech
  • Applications Period:
    • February 2 – March 15, 2024
    • March 16 – June 15, 2024
    • June 16 – September 15, 2024
    • September 16 – November 15, 2024
  • Type: Award
  • Number of Grants: 40
  • Gender: Any
  • Eligible nations: International


  • Every project has a maximum budget of USD 100,000.00.
  • Grant funding levels ranging from $5,000 to $10,000, $10,000 to $50,000, and $50,000 to $100,000 USD will all be taken into consideration.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Submissions must be in line with the program’s focus areas in life science research, which include, but are not limited to, the development of gene and cell therapies, antibody drugs, vaccines, diagnostics, and plant sciences.
  • Open to researchers globally.
  • Academic/research institutions, universities, biotechnology companies, and other organizations involved in life sciences research are considered eligible entities.
  • Participants cannot be officials or employees of any local, state, federal, provincial, or other government or government agency.
  • Hospitals, healthcare providers, and their staff members are not eligible, nor are healthcare organizations.
  • In order to conduct research in their respective jurisdictions, they must be legally recognized and authorized.
  • Restrictions on Affiliation: This position is not open to GenScript or its affiliates’ employees, their immediate families, or members of their households.
  • Collaborations: Only one (1) application, reflecting the exclusive work of that eligible entity, may be submitted by each eligible entity. Collaborations involving two (2) or more entities won’t be taken into consideration unless GenScript gives clear written approval.
  • Adherence to all relevant federal, state, and local laws and regulations is mandatory for all applicants.

Supporting Documents:

An application is considered complete when it contains the following:

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  • Personal Information
  • Project information
  • Project Scope (max 250 words): Give a brief explanation of your research project’s aims and objectives.
  • Research Significance and Key Innovations (max 500 words): Describe the significance of your research, its possible effects on the field, and any unique techniques, technologies, or approaches that make your project stand out.
  • Timeline (max 300 words): Describe the major tasks and checkpoints for your research, along with the dates that correspond to them.

Attach any of the following documents (optional) :

  • Research Proposal (PDF)
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) for each team member (PDF)
  • Itemized Budget Request (PDF)
  • Any additional relevant documents

How to Apply?

  • Using the apply now button below, grant applications in English must be submitted electronically by the deadline for the 2024 GenScript Life Science Research Grant Program.
  • Alternatively, application forms can be emailed to [email protected] once they are completed.
  • After obtaining grant funding from GenScript, proposed projects must start within six (6) months, and research should typically last no more than a year.
  • If there are any anticipated deviations from these rules, please indicate them in the application.

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