Get Support for Your Research
Have an idea for incorporating NASA Earth-observing data in your work? Want to work closely with one of our program areas? Incorporating Earth observations into your work can accelerate innovation and help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.
We offer calls for papers, crowdsourcing, funding and solicitation opportunities to researchers and citizen scientists. We’re looking for partners who share our vision — who know the value of Earth observations to enhance decision-making, strengthen the economy and improve quality of life for all humankind.
Supporting research in science and technology is an important part of NASA’s mission. Through ARSET and other NASA initiatives, we offer in-person and online trainings that cover a breadth of topics including disaster management, ecological forecasting, food security and agriculture, public health and air quality and water resources management.
Researchers can also help NASA achieve national research objectives by submitting proposals and conducting awarded research. Learn more about individual opportunities by visiting the NASA Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES).
Become a Citizen Scientist
Citizen science empowers everyday citizens or organizations with the right skills to volunteer to participate in the scientific process. Unless otherwise noted, proposals submitted to any Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Science (ROSES) call can be entirely or partially citizen science-based. Additional funding may even be available for proposals that incorporate citizen science.
These projects are held to the same rigorous standards as any NASA Science Mission Directorate science program. Browse ongoing NASA citizen science projects to learn more.
Join the DEVELOP Team
DEVELOP pairs participants with partner organizations for 10-week interdisciplinary research projects that connect NASA Earth observations to community concerns around the globe. We encourage anyone with an interest in Earth science to apply to work on a DEVELOP project in one of the three annual terms — spring, summer and fall.