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Research and Funding Opportunities
NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer
Launched in 2004, the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer program is a comprehensive, structured effort, encompassing the public and private sectors, to converge multidisciplinary research in cancer nanotechnology.
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Cancer Nanotechnology Plan
The Cancer Nanotechnology Plan serves as a strategic document to the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer as well as a guiding document to the cancer nanotechnology and oncology fields, as a whole.
Apply for the Alliance for Nanotechnology
NCI Alliance funding is by way of many grant mechanisms of the National Institutes of Health. Application details for current Alliance funding are listed here.Learn More
Cancer and Nanotechnology
Learn how nanotechnology structures can find intriguing and useful applications in medicine. In cancer, they can aid in efficient delivery of drugs and make cancer detection more sensitive.
NCI Research Resources
Explore NCI's internal resources dedicated to nanomaterials characterization, standardization of characterization protocols, and data sharing.
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