Reminder: NIH Policy on Use of Hypertext in NIH Grant Applications

The use of hypertext (e.g. hyperlinks and URLS) in NIH applications is restricted due to concerns including reviewer confidentiality, “overstuffing” applications, review consistency, and malware.

There is no change in the NIH policy on the use of hyperlinks.  The policy, documented in the NIH SF424 (R&R) Application Guide and a recent reminder Guide Notice, reads:

  • Hyperlinks and URLs are only allowed when specifically noted in funding opportunity announcement (FOA) and form field instructions.  The use of hyperlinks is typically limited to citing relevant publications in biosketches and publication lists.  It is highly unusual for a FOA to allow links in Specific Aims, Research Strategy and other page-limited attachments.
  • Hyperlinks and URLs may not be used to provide information necessary to application review.
  • Reviewers are instructed against viewing linked sites and are cautioned that they should not directly access a website (unless the link to the site was specifically requested in application instructions) as it could compromise their anonymity and allow for malware to be downloaded onto their computers.
  • When allowed, you must hyperlink the actual URL text so it appears on the page rather than hiding the URL behind a specific word or phrase. Example:

Applications that do not follow these instructions, and include unallowable hyperlinks, may be withdrawn from review and funding consideration.

Original post by NIH Staff on October 1, 2020

Primary Email Address Option for Research.gov Sign-in and NSF Account Password Recovery Begins 9/28/2020

Previously, in March 2018, the National Science Foundation (NSF) introduced a new centralized account registration process in Research.gov for the research community that provides each user with a single profile and unique identifier (i.e., NSF ID) for signing in to FastLane and Research.gov for proposal and award activities and the ability for each user to manage their own profile.

Effective September 28, 2020, NSF will enhance the research community sign-in process by providing the option to use an individual’s primary email address to sign in to Research.gov and for NSF account password recovery.  Users will still be able to sign in to Research.gov with their NSF ID as they do currently or with their organization-issued credentials if the organization participates in the InCommon Federation.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Effective September 28, 2020, the Research.gov Sign-in page will include three sign-in options:
    • Primary email address + password (new option)
    • NSF ID + password (existing option)
    • Organization-issued Credentials (InCommon Federation participating organizations only) (existing option)
  • Also effective September 28, 2020, users will be able to enter either their primary email address or their NSF ID for NSF account password recovery.
  • The user’s primary email address is the one they registered with on Research.gov, and this email address is displayed on their Research.gov My Profile page.
  • This change is intended to make it easier for users to remember their Research.gov sign-in information, as well as to align with the industry standards for sign-in using an email address.

Account Management Resources

Additional information about NSF accounts and the primary email address is available on the Research.gov About Account Management page.  An updated Account Management Guide and updated Frequently Asked Questions will be available on the Research.gov About Account Management page on September 28, 2020.

Questions? If you have IT system-related questions, please contact the NSF Help Desk at 1-800-381-1532 (7:00 AM – 9:00 PM ET; Monday – Friday except federal holidays) or via rgov@nsf.gov.

Policy-related questions should be directed to policy@nsf.gov.


Original post by NSF  9/21/2020

DOE Reminder of Requirements for Submission of Final Peer-Reviewed Accepted Manuscripts with Follow Up FAQs

Following the PAMS Broadcast message that was sent in late January 2020 entitled “Requirements for Submission of Final Peer-Reviewed Accepted Manuscripts,” this follow up message is being sent to remind DOE Office of Science (SC) financial assistance recipients of their obligation to submit final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts for published journal articles resulting from SC funding.

Frequently asked questions that DOE received, with answers, are identified below:

Question: When did the requirement to submit final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts take effect for DOE SC financial assistance recipients?

Answer:  The requirement to submit final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts was incorporated into DOE SC financial assistance awards as part of the federal reporting checklist (DOE F 4600.2) in early (calendar year) 2015.  The requirements were established by the DOE Public Access Plan and are incorporated in the terms and conditions of award.

Question: Do I, as the PI, have an individual responsibility to submit my final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript or is it a responsibility of the institution?

Answer:  Recipient institutions are official awardee and are responsible for complying with the terms and conditions of award.  That said, any personnel at the recipient institution may submit final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts.  The recipient institution is responsible for ensuring that submissions are made, whether they are made by the PI, staff in the Sponsored Research Office, other researchers, or students.

Question: How are submissions made and when do they need to be made?

Answer:  Submissions of final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts are to be made to the DOE E-Link system (https://www.osti.gov/elink/) and it is expected that recipients will submit final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts once they are accepted for publication, but no later than one-year after the date the journal article is published online, and before closeout.  Instructions for submissions may be found here.  OSTI has also prepared a video tutorial to demonstrate how to submit a manuscript which can be found here.

Question: My article is copyrighted. Can I submit an article that is copyrighted?

Answer: No. Copyrighted articles are not required for submission, and further, may not be submitted to E-Link.  Rather, only final peer-reviewed accepted manuscripts are accepted for submission, and DOE has rights to use the final peer-reviewed version of the manuscript for public access purposes.  Please do not submit the copyrighted, published version of the manuscript.

Question: Are duplicate submissions a concern?

Answer: No, duplicate submissions are not a concern.  When you submit your final peer-review accepted manuscript, and provide the DOI, they will reconcile the submission with any other submissions that have the same DOI.  They will account for the award number and sponsoring office that you identified for the submission, and merge that info as part of the metadata for the accepted manuscript record.

Question: Will my final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript be made available to the public as soon as I submit it?

Answer: No.  After a one-year period, following the published date of the manuscript, the final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript will be made available through DOE PAGES (DOE’s public access search tool) and OSTI.GOV (DOE’s umbrella search tool for all scientific and technical information product types).  This one year period serves as an embargo period following the date of publication.  As a benefit to the recipient and author of the manuscript, OSTI has agreements with commercial search engines such as Google, where the metadata for the submitted manuscript will be indexed.  This maximizes discovery of the submitted manuscript, and can lead to increased visibility and citation of the article.

Question: If I have reported details about the journal article in PAMS, do I still need to submit the final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript to E-Link?

Answer: Yes.  While product information related to journal articles is reported in PAMS for the RPPR, full-text of the final peer-reviewed manuscript is not required for RPPR purposes.  Therefore, the full-text of the manuscript and minimal metadata associated with it, needs to be submitted to E-Link for public access purposes.

For any other questions regarding announcement and submission of your final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript, please contact elink_Helpdesk@osti.gov.

Original post from DOE/OSTI on September 1, 2020

eRA Enhancement: Change in Format to the NIH Notice of Award Starting October 1, 2020

Starting on October 1, 2020, NIH award recipients will see a new standardized Page One of the Notice of Award (NoA).  The NoA is the legal document issued to notify the recipient that an NIH award has been made and that funds may be requested from the designated HHS payment system or office.  This enhancement is part of HHS’s Reinvent Grants Management initiative to standardize the NoA across various HHS systems and reduce the burden on recipients.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in collaboration with Operating Divisions (OpDivs) and recipients has developed a standardized Page One of the NoA that will serve as the first page of every HHS NoA for all discretionary awards.

The new format captures key award information for NIH grant recipients in an intuitive and digitally accessible format.  For instance, financial award information and federal agency contacts (program official contact information, etc.) will be available on Page One. The remaining sections of the NoA will remain mostly as is, with some data elements moving to Page One from subsequent pages of the NoA.

The new NoA Page One will be used by all HHS OpDivs.

NIH is developing a number of resources to help recipients get familiar with the new Page One of the NoA.  In the coming weeks, please look for these resources on the View Notice of Award page of the public eRA website.

For more information, please see Guide Notice NOT-OD-20-155.

Note: If users experience an issue with an eRA module after a release, they should completely clear out their browser cache, which will generally resolve the issue. If not, please contact the eRA Service Desk.

Need Help? Submit a web ticket; or call Toll-free: 1-866-504-9552, Phone: 301-402-7469.  The Service Desk hours are Mon-Fri, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET.

 Help NIH improve their communications; send your suggestions and feedback to eRACommunications@mail.nih.gov or call 301-435-8185.

 To read other recent articles and messages, please visit NIH’s Latest News page at https://era.nih.gov/news.

Original post by NIH eRA Commons on August 5, 2020

Now Available on Research.gov Proposals: Cost Sharing and Single Copy Documents

Effective today, the National Science Foundation (NSF) enabled cost sharing (Line M on the proposal budget) for programs with mandatory cost sharing requirements on proposals submitted in Research.gov.  In addition, enhancements were deployed to the proposal Cover Sheet and proposal upload screens to support Single Copy Documents, which include Deviation Authorization, Special Exception – Natural or Anthropogenic Event, Proprietary or Privileged Information, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities, and Additional Single Copy Documents.  New associated automated compliance error and warning messages as well as business rules were also implemented.

Research.gov Support for Full Research Proposals

Research.gov now supports all Full Research proposals that conform to standard Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 20-1) requirements for formatting and document content including:

  • Single submissions from one organization (available since April 2018)
  • Single submission collaborative proposals with subawards (available since June 2019)
  • Separately submitted collaborative proposals from multiple organizations (available since March 2020)

 

Cost Sharing

The requirement to include cost sharing in a proposal is identified in the program solicitation, and Line M on the proposal budget will only be available for the select few programs that require cost sharing.  Line M will appear in year one of the prime organization’s proposal budget when the selected funding opportunity includes a mandatory cost sharing requirement.  Please see PAPPG Chapter II.C.2.g.xii. for additional information about NSF’s cost sharing policy.

New system-related cost sharing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are available in the “Proposal Sections” FAQ topic on the Research.gov About Proposal Preparation and Submission webpage.  A new automated compliance warning message and business rules for cost sharing have also been added.  Please refer to the updated Research.gov Compliance Checklist dated July 27, 2020 on the Automated Compliance Checking of NSF Proposals webpage.  Compliance checks triggering an error will prohibit proposal submission to NSF, whereas checks triggering a warning will allow proposal submission to NSF.

Single Copy Documents

Single Copy Documents are for certain categories of information that are submitted in conjunction with a proposal and are for NSF use only. They are not provided to reviewers for use in the review of the proposal.  Please see PAPPG (NSF 20-1) for Single Copy Document requirements.  Research.gov system-related details for Single Copy Documents are included below:

  • Deviation Authorization (PAPPG Chapter II.A.):
    • The Deviation Authorization link can be accessed both in the Optional proposal section as well as via the Deviation Authorization tab in the left navigation pane Optional menu.
    • Once the Deviation Authorization link is clicked in either location, a text entry field with a 256-character limit will be available on the screen.
    • After the Deviation Authorization text entry field is saved, the text is converted to a PDF file. Editing the text entry field and clicking save will generate a new PDF file.
  • Special Exception – Natural or Anthropogenic Event (PAPPG Chapter I.F.3.):
    • When the Special Exception to the Deadline Date Policy checkbox is selected on the Cover Sheet and the Cover Sheet is saved, the Special Exception – Natural or Anthropogenic Event upload section will be accessible either through a link in the blue information message at the top of the Cover Sheet, or by a link in the Other Information section of the Cover Sheet.
    • After a compliant Natural or Anthropogenic Event document has been uploaded, the listed deadline due date is bypassed allowing the Authorized Organizational Representative to submit the proposal in Research.gov after the listed deadline.
    • An error preventing proposal submission will be triggered if the Special Exception to the Deadline Date Policy checkbox is selected on the Cover Sheet, but a compliant document has not been uploaded in the Special Exception – Natural or Anthropogenic Event upload section.
    • Note that checking the Special Exception to the Deadline Date Policy box on the Cover Sheet and uploading a Special Exception – Natural or Anthropogenic Event document will allow proposal submission after the listed deadline in Research.gov, however acceptance remains at the discretion of the NSF Program Officer.
  • Proprietary or Privileged Information (PAPPG Chapter II.D.1.)
    • When the Proprietary or Privileged Information checkbox is selected on the Cover Sheet and the Cover Sheet is saved, the Proprietary or Privileged Information upload section will be accessible either through a link in the blue information message at the top of the Cover Sheet, or by a link in the Other Information section of the Cover Sheet.
    • An error preventing proposal submission will be triggered if the Proprietary or Privileged Information checkbox is selected on the Cover Sheet, but a compliant document has not been uploaded in the Proprietary or Privileged Information upload section.
  • Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (PAPPG Chapter I.G.2. and PAPPG Chapter II.C.1.d.)
    • When the Disclosure of Lobbying Activities checkbox is selected on the Cover Sheet and the Cover Sheet is saved, the Disclosure of Lobbying Activities upload section will be accessible either through a link in the blue information message at the top of the Cover Sheet, or by a link in the Other Information section of the Cover Sheet.
    • An error preventing proposal submission will be triggered if the Disclosure of Lobbying Activities checkbox is selected on the Cover Sheet, but a compliant document has not been uploaded in the Disclosure of Lobbying Activities upload section.
  • Additional Single Copy Documents
    • The Additional Single Copy Documents link can be accessed both in the Optional proposal section as well as via the Single Copy Documents tab in the left navigation pane Optional menu.  Once the Additional Single Copy Documents link is clicked in either location, an upload section will be available on the screen.
    • The Additional Single Copy Documents section supports multiple file uploads.

 

Other Related Changes for Single Copy Documents

  • New Automated Compliance Error Messages and Business Rules:  Please see the updated Research.gov Compliance Checklist dated July 27, 2020 on the Automated Compliance Checking of NSF Proposals webpage for additional details.  Compliance checks triggering an error will prohibit proposal submission to NSF, whereas checks triggering a warning will allow proposal submission to NSF.
  • New FAQs: New system-related Single Copy Document FAQs are available in the “Proposal Sections” FAQ topic on the Research.gov About Proposal Preparation and Submission webpage.

 

What’s Ahead in the Research.gov Proposal Submission System?

Features supporting the following types of proposals are planned for a late fall 2020 release in Research.gov:

  • Rapid Response Research (RAPID)
  • EArly-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER)
  • Research Advanced by Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering (RAISE)

NSF is also currently developing a Research.gov demo site that will be available for training purposes.  Stay tuned for additional information about these exciting developments in the coming months!

 

Help NSF Build Research.gov

Research.gov is being developed incrementally, and features are expanding with the goal of transitioning all proposal preparation and submission functionality from FastLane to Research.gov.  NSF strongly encourages the use of Research.gov where possible and wants feedback on your experience, so they can continue to make improvements.  Please submit your feedback on the Research.gov Feedback page (select “Proposal Preparation & Submission” under the Site Area dropdown menu).

NSF would appreciate you sharing this information with your colleagues.  If you have IT system-related questions, please contact the NSF Help Desk at 1-800-381-1532 (7:00 AM – 9:00 PM ET; Monday – Friday except federal holidays) or via rgov@nsf.gov.  Policy-related questions should be directed to policy@nsf.gov.

NSF looks forward to receiving your Research.gov proposals and your feedback!

 

Original post by NSF on 7/27/2020

FY2021 Funding Opportunities for the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award

The NIH Common Fund announces FY2021 funding opportunities for the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award in the High-Risk, High-Reward Research program.  The program provides unique opportunities for exceptionally creative scientists to pursue highly innovative approaches to address major challenges in biomedical or behavioral research.  Applications are welcome that propose any research topic relevant to the broad mission of NIH and from any eligible institution.  NIH especially encourages applications from women and members of groups that are underrepresented in NIH-funded research.

The Early Independence Award has separate funding opportunities available for COVID-19-related research to be supported by Emergency funds through the CARES Act.  Applicants should apply to the appropriate funding opportunity based on their research topic. Applications submitted to the Emergency and non-Emergency funding opportunities will be reviewed together at the same time using the same process.

FY2021 NIH Director’s Early Independence Award (DP5 – Clinical Trial Optional): RFA RM-20-014

Supports outstanding junior scientists with the intellect, scientific creativity, drive, and maturity to bypass the traditional postdoctoral training period and launch an independent research career.  Applicants must have recently completed or will soon complete her/his doctoral degree or clinical training and have the support and guarantee of an independent research position from a host institution.

  • Complete doctoral degree or clinical training between June 1, 2019 and September 30, 2021
  • In non-independent position at time of application
  • Cannot have served in a postdoctoral position more than 12 months following a previous, non-terminal degree
  • Single-PI applications only
  • Requires significant institutional commitment
  • Limited to two applications per institution
  • No preliminary data required
  • Up to $250,000 direct costs per year for up to 5 years
  • See website for more information and FAQs
  • Application deadline: September 4, 2020

FY2021 NIH Director’s Early Independence Award (DP5 – Clinical Trial Optional): COVID-19 Proposals RFA RM-20-021

Supports outstanding junior scientists with the intellect, scientific creativity, drive, and maturity bypass the traditional postdoctoral training period and launch an independent research career.  Applicants must have recently completed or will soon complete her/his doctoral degree or clinical training and have the support and guarantee of an independent research position from a host institution.

  • Proposal must be relevant to COVID-19 prevention, preparation, or response
  • Complete doctoral degree or clinical training between June 1, 2019 and September 30, 2021
  • In non-independent position at time of application
  • Cannot have served in a postdoctoral position more than 12 months following a previous, non-terminal degree
  • Single-PI applications only
  • Requires significant institutional commitment
  • Limited to two applications per institution
  • No preliminary data required
  • Up to $250,000 direct costs per year for up to 5 years
  • See website for more information and FAQs
  • Application deadline: September 4, 2020

The High-Risk High-Reward Research Program and other Common Fund programs are managed by the Office of Strategic Coordination, Division of Program Coordination, Planning, and Strategic Initiatives in the NIH Office of the Director, in partnership with the component NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices.  The NIH Common Fund encourages collaboration and supports a series of exceptionally high impact, trans-NIH programs.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) –“The Nation’s Medical Research Agency” – includes 27 Institutes and Centers and is a component of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.  It is the primary federal agency for conducting and supporting basic, clinical and translational medical research, and it investigates the causes, treatments and cures for both common and rare diseases.

For more information about NIH and its programs, visit the NIH website.

Original post by NIH on May 22, 2020

NIH Moving Ahead with FORMS-F Grant Application Form Update

Hopefully, you’ve seen the NIH notices (NOT-OD-20-026, NOT-OD-20-077), tweets, and previous Nexus post regarding the pending transition to an updated set of grant application forms they refer to as FORMS-F.   If so, you already know that you must use FORMS-F forms for grant application due dates on or after May 25, 2020 and FORMS-E for due dates on or before May 24, 2020.  You might have even started preparing your FORMS-F application.

Here are a few updates and tips to help navigate the transition:

  • FORMS-F application packages are now available on the active, non-parent funding opportunity announcements (FOAs).
    • Both FORMS-E and FORMS-F packages will be associated with the FOAs for a short transition period. Carefully choose the correct form package based on the targeted due date and Competition ID
    • All of the FORMS-E packages are planned to sunset on May 24 and, shortly after, will no longer appear as an option on active opportunities
  • FORMS-F application packages were not added to our parent announcements. Instead, NIH is in the process of reissuing each parent announcement with a new announcement number, updated opportunity text, and FORMS-F package.  Parent FOAs will be reissued 30-60 days prior to their first FORMS-F due dates.
    • Both the FORMS-E and FORMS-F versions of each parent FOA will be active for a short transition period.  If you plan to submit using a parent announcement for a due date on or after May 25, choose the parent announcement posted in 2020 and verify the Competition ID of the form package includes FORMS-F
    • ASSIST, Grants.gov Workspace and many system-to-system solutions have data copy features.  If you want to get started on your application using the FORMS-E FOA and package, you can use the copy feature to move your common data over to FORMS-F later.  Just make sure you are on FORMS-F forms and have followed all FORMS-F application instructions before submission
  • If you aren’t sure what an application package “Competition ID” is or where to find it, check out Do I Have the Right Form Version For My Application?
  • The How to Apply – Application Guide page includes application form instructions for both Version E and Version F.
    • Use Version E with FORMS-E and Version F with FORMS-F
    • Review the Significant Changes section of the Version F instructions to familiarize yourself with major instruction changes between Versions E and F
  • The biosketch, data table, and other format pages have also been updated with FORMS-F versions.  Format pages are approved formats to be used with specific grant application attachments.
    • In some cases (e.g., biosketch), only the expiration date was changed with the FORMS-F update.  NIH replaced the old version with the new one on our website and have indicated it is available for immediate use.  Since there were no changes to the format itself, either version can be used for FORMS-E and FORMS-F applicationsFor example, if you’re well on your way preparing the Participating Faculty Biosketches attachment for your May 25 training grant application and the biosketches you’ve collected have the old expiration date, it’s okay – you do not need to update all the biosketches to show the correct date.  Same goes for biosketches for senior/key personnel
    • In other cases (e.g., data tables), NIH has made substantive changes to the formats and have provided FORMS-E and FORMS-F versions that must be used with their corresponding form packages

Direct questions regarding the form update to:

NIH Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration (OPERA)
Systems Policy Branch
Email: OPERAsystemspolicy@nih.gov

Resources related to form updates:

Original post by NIH April 6, 2020

NSF Current and Pending Support FAQs

NSF posted a FAQ on the current and pending support requirements. Here is the link.

Searching for NIH Funding Just Got a Little Easier

What’s new with the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts? In addition to faster, more precise search results, a few key filtering features have been updated.

Notices of Special Interest (NOSIs) are displayed in the results when searching either “Funding Opportunities” or “Notices.”

screenshot of search filters showing options to search all funding opportunities, all notices, etc.

The “Type of Funding Opportunities” filter now includes “Notice of Special Interest.”

Screenshot of Guide Search NOSI filter

Quickly find notices by organization.

Screenshot of organization filter

NIH publishes funding opportunities and notices in the NIH Guide daily and recaps the week’s postings every Friday afternoon via a Weekly NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices email to the NIH Guide LISTSERV. Subscribe to receive the weekly updates or to follow NIH on Twitter today!

NSF Informational EDGE Webinar: January 31, 2:00pm EST

The Division of Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS), together with the Divisions of Biological Infrastructure (DBI), Environmental Biology (DEB), and Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (MCB) in the Directorate for Biological Sciences at the National Science Foundation will host a webinar about the Enabling Discovery through GEnomic Tools (EDGE) program. The EDGE program recently released a new solicitation, NSF 20-532. Following a brief presentation, program directors from all of the Divisions will be available to answer questions from participants.

The goal of the EDGE program is to support genomic research that addresses the mechanistic basis of complex traits in diverse organisms within the context (environmental, developmental, social, and/or genomic) in which they function. The EDGE program also continues to support the development of innovative tools, technologies, resources, and infrastructure that advance biological research focused on the identification of the causal mechanisms connecting genes and phenotypes.

Information on how to join the webinar live can be found below. The webinar will also be recorded and posted on the IOS blog.

All are welcome to join and ask questions!

Participant Instructions to Register for/Join the EDGE Program Webinar on January 31, 2020:

Event: EDGE Program Webinar

Date/Time: Friday, January 31, 2020, from 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern Time

  • Event Number: 906 284 287
  • Event Password: Edge2020!
  • For audio: USA/Canada dial Toll-free: 1-888-946-8386 or Toll: 1-415-228-4878 and announce passcode EDGE.  To listen to audio via the internet go to:  https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/2172014-1/5220AC6F458CFD7CBCCB12BD5A4806AB
  • Captions: View real-time captions at: www.fedrcc.us/ by clicking “Join Now” and entering event ID # 4311899.
  • Questions:  Submit questions via WebEx Q&A for response during the live webinar.

Meeting Type
Webcast

Contacts
Edda Thiels, (703) 292-8167, ethiels@nsf.gov
Elizabeth Bell, (703) 292-7881, ebell@nsf.gov

Related programs and Divisions

Neural Systems
Behavioral Systems
Developmental Systems
Plant Genome Research Program
Physiological and Structural Systems
Division of Biological Infrastructure
Division of Environmental Biology
Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

*Materials and a recording of the webinar will be available on the EDGE program website and the blogs of each of the Divisions in the Directorate for Biological Sciences following the webinar.

Original post by NSF on January 21, 2020In Announcement, Guidance, Science Communication, Solicitation