Join us for an informational webinar on the Assessment Tools for Biotechnology Products Request For Application (RFA). The webinar will cover application information and provide an overview of what has already been provided in the RFA.
Along with the review of the intellectual merit of each proposal, the National Science Foundation (NSF) reviews the merit of its broader impacts—the impacts and benefits to society of your proposed research. Each proposal submitted to the NSF must include a section about its intended broader impacts.
This workshop is designed to help you submit more competitive grant proposals by understanding the various components of broader impacts.
Join the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology for a webinar with Michael Lauer and Jodi Black of the National Institutes of Health on understanding the funding implications of, and relief options for, the scientific community provided by the recently passed COVID-19 stimulus package — the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economy Security or CARES Act. The webinar will start with a brief introduction from Dr. Lauer and Dr. Black followed by a Q&A session.
In a typical grant training course, 70% are scientists, 25% are social scientists, and 3-5% are humanities professionals…. [But] when donors speak of transformation and innovation, we need to be prepared to answer the call with the disciplines that – for a moment in history – thought they could live without each other – Mathilda Harris.
The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) at MSU hosts theoretical physicist and filmmaker Ágnes Mócsy on 28 February for a talk titled “Physics in Concert with the Arts.” Part of FRIB’s Advanced Studies Gateway initiative, the free public event is at 5:30 p.m. in 1300 FRIB Laboratory.