Track Scientific Research & Funding

The comprehensive source of current research projects and funding

enGrant Scientific is the world's most complete source of information on scientific research grants, research activity, and funding trends.

With over 2.25 million research projects, enGrant is the source for scientists, policy analysts, and sales & marketing professionals.

"This valuable search tool has enabled our small biotech company to identify potential customers for our niche products."
— Sandra Lelias, COO @ Genofi

"The web interface is clear and intuitive and searches yield almost instantaneous results."
— Prof. Sherry Jarrell @ Wake Forest

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— Paul Todd, Pres. @ EditWallah

Largest Research Database

Total Grants 2.25 Million
Active Grants 250,000
Total Funding $450 Billion
Organizations 44,000
PIs/Researchers 350,000
Total Publications1.3 Million
Total Patents 12,000
Funding Sources 122
Searchable Data 30 GB

Unique Search Engine

The enGrant Search Engine gives you direct access to a databaseof over 2.6 million scientific research grants funding the research of 350,000 primary investigators.

Our sophisticated enGrant Search Engine is intuitively simple to navigate – designed to provide even first-time users the tools needed to search, review and analyze research activity with ease.

View a sample search result on stem cell research:

  Powerful Analytics

GrantScape is our unique data exploration and analysis tool. You can visualize historical funding trends, view 1.3 million peer-reviewed publications and over 12,000 patents, and explore the inter-connections between researchers, projects, and organizations.

View the GrantScape page for Johns Hopkins University:

Share & Download Results

When you sign up for a FREE account, your detailed search results can be exported and downloaded for future use in a variety of formats including Microsoft Excel, CSV and XML.

In addition, your searches can be saved as a named SearchSpace and directly shared with colleagues.