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Cities of Tomorrow R&D Programme, RIE2025 – Grant Call 4 (Vertical 4 – Greater Sustainability) – Project 2: Project 2: Solutions to Enhance Indoor Aural Comfort (Singapore)

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The Cities of Tomorrow R&D Programme, RIE2025 – Grant Call 4 (Vertical 4 – Greater Sustainability) – Project 2: Solutions to Enhance Indoor Aural Comfort from the National Research Foundation (NRF) of Singapore supports innovative solutions for future cities, specifically research to reduce traffic noise while allowing natural ventilation.

Applicants must be from Singapore-based Institutions of Higher Learning (IHLs), companies, company-affiliated research laboratories or institutions and not-for-profit entities. Grant applicants are strongly encouraged to collaborate with industry partners to develop innovative solutions that can address the call objectives and demonstrate strong potential for real-world application within and beyond Singapore. Applicants may apply for up to 2 million SGD (including 30% indirect costs) for 2 years.

Grant call ID: CoT_V4_GC2024_02

Applications are due on July 1, 2024.

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