2022-2023 Grant Programmes

We are excited to launch our 2022-2023 Grant Programmes. For more information on a specific scheme click the relevant link below.

If you have any questions about the grant programmes, or the application process, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at: We will be holding an informational webinar about these grant programmes on October 5, 2021. If you would like to attend this webinar please inform us here, and we will contact you with further details. Please note: researchers may only be lead applicant on one application, but may apply as co-investigator on multiple applications. If you do not have an institutional affiliation, please contact us for further guidance in advance of submitting your application. We welcome applications from academic researchers based in any country worldwide.

Aims of the INSBS Grant Programmes

The INSBS grant programmes seek to promote the growth of the social study of science and religion globally, by supporting the ongoing development of an international network of active academic researchers. These grants programmes are designed to stimulate new avenues of individual or collaborative research internationally, and may include research including but not limited to:

1. Small scale quantitative or qualitative research data collection projects
(for which we anticipate it may be necessary to collect data largely online due to the current COVID-19 pandemic)
2. Individual or collaborative pilot or trial projects in order to develop ideas for future larger funding
3. Secondary data analysis or desk-based research
4. Write up of data or research for publication

Priority for small research grants will be given to those who are seeking to grow their international research collaborations through this grant scheme. However, this is not an essential requirement of projects proposed within this grant scheme. We welcome applications from academic researchers based in any country worldwide.