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Get a chance to receive 10 CALERA® Research devices

We are now at the 2nd edition of our call for research proposals! Do you have a fascinating proposal in the field of sleep research? Are you curious about integrating Core Body Temperature Data into your findings?

If so, we invite you to reach out to us! Successful applicants will receive up to ten free devices to support their research endeavors. Email us or check the FAQ below to learn more.

How to apply
  • Open and fill out the application form below
  • Send the application form to
  • Submission deadline on August 15, 2024

Call to Researchers FAQ

Have more questions about the call for proposals? Feel free to send us an e-mail.

Who can submit?
  • Open to all full-time faculty, postdoctoral fellows, or doctoral or master’s-level graduate-level students working in public or private research sectors (college/university, laboratory institutes, hospitals).
  • We welcome applicants from around the globe.

Please note that proposals must focus on sleep research.

When will the winner be announced?

After the submission deadline on August 15 2024, please allow us at least 2 weeks to review and deliberate.

We will announce the winners in September through our social media channels, newsletter, and we will also directly contact participants regarding their results.

What language should I use to submit the proposal?

Please submit your proposal in English. 

Is the device solely intended for sleep research?

Our device can be implemented in various research scenarios where monitoring core body temperature is relevant.

We are collaborating with research partners working in fields that include but are not limited to sports performance, occupational health, women's health, neurological diseases as well as other chronic ailments.


Stanford University’s Sleep Study Awarded in First Call for Proposals

In May 2024, greenteg concluded its first call for sleep research proposals. Researchers from Stanford University—Professor Jamie Zeitzer, Lara Weed, and Dr. Renske Lok (left to right on photo)—have been selected for their study.

Their research will focus on the interaction between sleep, central and peripheral oscillators, and menstrual phase, aiming to understand its collective impact on overall health and well-being. Core body temperature changes will serve as a key metric in their research.



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