The National Science Foundation’s Smart Health and Biomedical Research in the Era of Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Data Science program supports innovative, high-risk/high-reward research with the promise of disruptive transformations in biomedical research, which can only be achieved by well-coordinated, convergent, inter-disciplinary approaches that draw from multiple domains of computer and information science, engineering, mathematical sciences and the biomedical, social, behavioral, and economic sciences. 

The National Science Foundation’s Reproducible Cells and Organoids via Directed-Differentiation Encoding supports activities that substantially advance our capability to direct cell differentiation to a specific functional endpoint through the integration of synthetic biology, advanced sensing and control, and cellular and tissue modeling.