The WiSys Spark Grant Program advances small-scale, proof-of-concept research projects. It’s designed to help faculty advance their knowledge and technology to commercialization. The fund provides awards up to $8,150 per project to UW-Green Bay faculty, academic staff, or students towards implementation and completion of short-term projects. WiSys Spark Grants are intended to support research projects where preliminary findings exist, and is designed to demonstrate the commercial potential of a new concept, technology or invention and to highlight the need for and type of additional development support that would be required to take the technology closer to the marketplace. Applicants must follow the UW-Green Bay Office of Grants and Research internal grant submission and approval process. Awards announced in May 2022. See further details about the WiSys Spark Grant.
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