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Updated Searchable Grants Search Now Online

Today we launched a consolidated grant search engine on autismspeaks.org that contains all of the research and community grants that we have funded since 2006. This comprehensive search gives our community and staff a complete picture of the impact that Autism Speaks has on the community and around the world.

Here are the top 6 features that this updated site includes:

  1. Both Science and Family Services grants, with icons to distinguish them
  2. Attachments! Contributors to the database can now add attachments describing the outcomes of the grants. This will include research papers and/or links to publications available online.
  3. Advanced search that allows for multiple terms and criteria.
  4. Customized search and export for offline and presentation use
  5. Behind the scenes goodness: Including a “data bridge” to keep the grants up to date

You can find all this goodness here.

  1. December 15, 2011 at 4:09 am

    Respectfully, these grants are great for trying to find a cure for Autism, but what about the many people who are running programs for the kids afflicated with Autism. Why are there not grants for those type of organizations? We keep inquiring and are told no time after time. These kids need these programs! We spent 56K last year alone servicing 291 families. and zero dollars came from Autism Speaks.
    Help local groups as well they need your support desperately. Especially now.

  2. Sarah
    December 16, 2011 at 11:51 am

    Thank you, as always, Autism Speaks for breaking down the barriers for us (lay people) to access science.

    Happy Holidays!

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