Promega to award $15K grants to researchers using qPCR
Early-career researchers working with real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) can advance their project through a grant offered by Promega Corp., according to a news release. The 2023 qPCR Grant will award $15,000 in free Promega products to three academic life scientists incorporating the technique into their research. Applications will be accepted until May 5, with the recipients announced in June.
Any research scientist or student enrolled in a life science undergraduate, graduate, or postdoctoral program worldwide is eligible to apply for the grants.
Grants include $15,000 of Promega products, VIP technical support, and access to personalized training. Winners will also work with Promega over the coming year to share their story and research successes through a variety of content formats including scientific posters, webinars, and blog posts.
Applications are available at Promega.com/qPCRGrant.
Promega last offered the qPCR Grant in 2019. Past winners used Promega qPCR reagents to study circadian rhythms in Antarctic krill and viruses affecting bananas grown in the Philippines.