Do you know what to report in Current and Pending Support and elsewhere?

Check out the guidance table from NSF’s Policy OfficeNSF has issued an updated version of the table entitled NSF Pre-award and Post-award Disclosures Relating to the Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending Support. The updated table, dated January 10, 2022, clarifies what information is expected in the Biographical Sketch, Current and Pending support, Facilities document, …

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Did you miss it? December 2021 Virtual Office Hours Recap: Mid-Career Advancement

The slides are available HERE  The Division of Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS) held a Virtual Office Hour on 16 December 2021 providing information on the Mid-Career Advancement solicitation (MCA, NSF 21-516). We were joined by program directors who work directly on this funding opportunity. The MCA funding opportunity focuses on researchers at the Associate Professor …

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Did you know NSF Supports Entrepreneurs?

There are funding opportunities offered by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for those individuals who are entrepreneurial inclined! If you have an idea that needs seed funding for early-stage product development, NSF’s America’s Seed Fund can assist with that. This Fund – which seeks to foster innovation and to help create businesses and jobs – …

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Did you miss it? November 2021 Virtual Office Hours Recap – Part II

Research and Mentoring for Postbaccalaureates in Biological Sciences (RaMP) The slides are available HERE The Division of Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS) held a Virtual Office Hour on November 18, 2021 providing information on the new Research and Mentoring for Postbaccalaureates in Biological Sciences (RaMP, NSF 22-506). We were joined by program directors who work directly …

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Did you miss it? November 2021 Virtual Office Hours Recap – Part I

Building Research Capacity of New Faculty in BIO (BRC-BIO) The slides are available HERE The Division of Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS) held a Virtual Office Hour on November 18, 2021  on the new Building Research Capacity of New Faculty in Biology (BRC-BIO) program,(Solicitation 22-500) n as well as the Research and Mentoring for Postbaccalaureates in …

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Learn More About a New Dear Colleague Letter from IOS: Organismal Systems and Infection Biology (OSIB) 

NSF 22-016  With this Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) the Division of Integrative and Organismal Systems (IOS) calls for proposals that build on our ongoing programs to move forward our understanding of infection processes in natural systems. All study systems are appropriate, except those that focus solely on human diseases. Proposals that focus on building a mechanistic understanding …

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Find out more about programs of interest!

Interested in BIO programs? Not sure what it takes to submit a proposal? Have questions? Teams representing the Biology Integration Institutes (BII) program, Enabling Discovery through Genomics (EDGE) program, and the Arctic Research Program all have upcoming Webinars that may be of interest to you! Scroll down for more info on each program and how …

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How to structure your budget justification to assure the project budget is well justified

Proposal Budget Form 1030Download Critical to receiving the funds you need for your proposed project is a well justified budget. Here we’re sharing some best practices and advice for communicating that justification effectively. Starting with a cumulative budget form (link above), the goal is to provide a detailed breakdown of the funds requested (the actual …

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Repost: Your Project Titles Matter, Choose Wisely

Repost from our colleagues in the Division of Environmental Biology (DEB). Project titles matter because they partially determine who will end up reviewing your proposals. Unlike the situation with journals, where an editor can share the abstract of a manuscript with a potential reviewer, all NSF can share is the title. This comes into play …

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Learn More About a New IOS Solicitation! Organismal Response to Climate Change (ORCC): Expanding Understanding and Improving Predictions of Life on a Warming Planet (22-513)

BIO’s new solicitation, Organismal Response to Climate Change (ORCC), calls for proposals focused on understanding the mechanistic underpinnings of organismal response to climate change to improve our ability to predict and to mitigate maladaptive biological responses to rapidly changing environments and to facilitate organismal adaptation and persistence. Full Proposal Deadline: March 1, 2022 In particular, …

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