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The "Equipment" attachment is required.

There are no page or word limits for this section.

'Equipment is defined as "an article of tangible nonexpendable property having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more per unit".

NIH Guidance:

NIH Application Guide - Equipment


  • List major items of equipment (see definition, above) already available for this project, and identify the equipment's location, capabilities, and availability (is it departmental item, or a core facility, etc.). Be sure to customize this section for your specific project by only including the relevant items needed for this particular application.

  • Combine subcontractor equipment into one document with LRI's.

Examples and Templates:

LRI has a base equipment template available. Contact jcouchma@lhs.org for the most recent version for your department.

Many other examples can be found online: Search now for examples and templates