Move the world forward, one project at a time.
Instrumentl is an automated, online grant assistant service now being offered free of charge to University of Alaska faculty, staff and students.
Instrumentl saves you time and broadens your funding sources by doing the matching for you. We use your profile and project information solely to match you with relevant grants.
Instrumentl currently supports fields that most closely relate to these UAF schools, departments, and centers:
- School of Natural Resources and Extension
- College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
- College of Natural Science and Mathematics (selected departments)
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Biology and Wildlife
- Veterinary Medicine
- Water and Environmental Research Center
How it works
You set up your projects. Instrumentl then matches your projects with relevant grants. All matched grants are active funding opportunities with upcoming deadlines. Instrumentl pulls from corporate, private, federal, and state funding sources so you don't have to search anywhere else. Use Instrumentl’s Grant Tracker to save your favorite grants, receive deadline reminders, track your progress, and store notes & documents.
What sets Instrumentl apart?
- Comprehensive — Instrumentl is the most comprehensive source of active grants for nonprofits and academics. We pull together corporate, private and government (federal & state) funding opportunities—we’re your one-stop-shop for grants.
- Relevant and active opportunities — Instrumentl isn't just a static list of funders that you have to weed through. We focus on relevant and active funding opportunities that you can apply for today.
- Instrumentl gets smarter — When you mark a grant with "Save" or "Not Interested", Instrumentl gets smarter and improves your recommendations over time.
- Simplified grant information — We pull all the important eligibility criteria information from a funder's website and consolidating it on one easy-to-read page. See example
- Project management — Use Instrumentl's Grant Tracker tool to save your favorite grants, receive deadline reminders, store notes & documents, and track funder responses to your proposals.
What kinds of grants are available through Instrumentl? Instrumentl is the most comprehensive, up-to-date source of active grants for academics and nonprofits in any field relating to the Environment, Agriculture, Ecology, and Earth Sciences. We match our grant-seekers with over $1 billion in active grants from:
Clubs and societies
Who is behind Instrumentl? We’re a team of former nonprofit development staff, scientists, and software engineers. We built Instrumentl because we had trouble finding grants for our own projects and we knew there had to be a better way. We’re located in San Francisco, CA.
Have any other questions? Send us an email.