on [the] questions at the foundations of physics andcosmology, particularly new frontiers and innovative ideas integral to a deep understanding of reality but unlikely to be supported by conventional funding sources.
The questions are certainly big: "Whence the constants of nature?" - "Is information at the heart of physics?" - "Can we understand consciousness better?" - "How should we interpret quantum mechanics?"
A list of grantees and their intellectual pursuits is located online. Among the listed subject matter: Observation and Nonlocality in Quantum Gravitational Physics and Deferential Geometry (my italics).
The about page provides much more interesting detail about the mission, scope and goals of the institute.