US Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) will continue to finance the commercially profitable projects of Georgian scientists. Shota Rustaveli National Scientific foundation has announced new grant contest with support of CRDF.
Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia is aimed to establish business partnership between scientists and companies.
In the scope of the contest the projects in the following fields will be financed: information and communication technologies, biotechnologies, agriculture. The projects should be oriented on civic and trade objectives. The participants of the contest should define the objectives and possible results of the projects.
The government will allocate 50000 GEL and American side will allocate 7000$ for the projects that win the contest.
Shota Rustavali Scientific National Foundation together with US Civilian Research and Development Foundation’s official representative in Georgia, Scientific Technology Development Foundation of Georgia will manage the contest.
The requirement of the contest is published on the official web-page of Shota Rustaveli National Scientific Foundation www.rustaveli.org.ge