Special Recipients Sorts
Grantee Research Project Results
STAR Grants and Cooperative Agreements
NCER’s Science to Achieve Results or STAR program funds research grants and graduate fellowships in numerous environmental science and engineering disciplines through a competitive solicitation process and independent peer review. The program engages the nation’s best scientists and engineers in targeted research that complements EPA’s own outstanding intramural research program and those of our partners in other federal agencies. In addition, through this same competitive process, NCER periodically establishes large research centers in specific areas of national concern. At present, these centers focus on children’s health, hazardous substances, particulate matter, and estuarine and coastal monitoring.
STAR research is funded through Requests for Applications (RFAs) that are derived from the ORD Strategic Plan and from research plans for specific topics developed by ORD. RFAs are prepared in cooperation with other parts of the Agency and concentrate on areas of special significance to the EPA mission. At present, STAR is focusing on the health effects of particulate matter, drinking water, water quality, global change, ecosystem assessment and restoration, human health risk assessment, endocrine disrupting chemicals, pollution prevention and new technologies, children’s health, and socio-economic research.
2015 All Recipients By Research Topic
- Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) - Phase I (19 recipients)
2014 All Recipients By Research Topic
- Indoor Air and Climate Change (9 recipients)
- P3 Awards: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity and the Planet (42 recipients)
- Systems-Based Research for Evaluating Ecological Impacts of Manufactured Chemicals (6 recipients)
- Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) - Phase I (21 recipients)
- Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) - Phase II (9 recipients)