Large Grants
    - Introduction
    - Awardees
    - Introduction
    - Winners
Previous Programs

2016 Physics of the Observer
2016 Awardees

2015 The Physics of What Happens
2015 Awardees

2013 Physics of Information
2013 Awardees

2010 The Nature of Time
2010 Awardees

2008 Foundational Questions in Physics and Cosmology
2008 Awardees

2006 Foundational Questions in Physics and Cosmology
2006 Awardees

Large Grants

Open to Researchers and Outreach Specialists Worldwide

Approximately $7.4M in Grants have been awarded, in multiple Large Grant RFPs. Large Grants are awarded (through the FQXi Fund, a donor advised fund at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation) as research grants to theorists and experimenters in support of personnel, equipment, travel, workshops, and experiments; some funding also targets projects that effectively disseminate information about foundational questions in physics and cosmology to laypeople. Proposals are subject to a standard competitive process of expert peer review similar to that employed by national scientific funding agencies.

Status: FQXi does not have a current RFP. Awardees from our latest RFP can be seen here.
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