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The NIH has produced a one page tip sheet explaining what is considered Rigor and Reproducibility in NIH Applications. The tip sheet can be found here.

New forms and guidelines are in store for anyone applying to the NIH on or after May 25, 2016. All proposals submitted on or after May 25th must use Forms D! A full summary of changes can be found here: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/how-to-apply-application-guide/forms-d/general/g.120-significant-changes.htm

The NIH has updated the application guide and supplemental instructions for use with grant application due dates on or after May 25, 2016. Take a moment to check these sites out.

The John Templeton Foundation makes grants in five areas http://templeton.org/what-we-fund/core-funding-areas. Researchers interested in funding first contact the foundation via an online letter of inquiry, seeking to receive an invitation to submit a full proposal. Due dates for these inquiries are based on the size of the grant sought: for projects of $217,400 or less, LOIs […]

The NSF has updated the Grants Proposal Guide, effective for all proposals due January 25, 2016 and after. Here is a summary of the changes: The NSF is updating its Grants Proposal Guide. Beginning with proposals due on January 25th the following applies: The 5 p.m. (local to the institution) deadline – will now be […]

Soon Principal Investigators (PIs), will have be able to request Prior Approvals for NIH applications with direct costs over $500,000 electronically! The request will be initiated and submitted before the submission of the grant application through eRA Commons . The PI will need to provide justification for the request, along with a detailed budget that […]

NSF  announced today  it’s framework for Public Access in order for information about NSF funded research to be accessible to all. This NSF requirement will apply to new awards resulting from proposals submitted, or due, on or after the effective date of the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) that will be issued […]

The NIH has released a new, simplified policy for late application submission. There is a two week window of consideration after the application due date, during which time the NIH will consider accepting a late application. For complete guidelines on the policy as well as what is considered acceptable and not acceptable for late application submission […]

The NIH is rolling out a new format for biographical sketches. PIs may use the new format for proposals beginning January 25, 2015, but the new format is required effective with proposals due May 25, 2015 and after. The significant changes are: Page length (5 pages) Instead of Publications the section is now called “Contributions […]

The NSF has released an updated GPG. The new regulations go into effect for proposals being submitted December 26th and later. The new GPG is available (HTML) at: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/policydocs/pappguide/nsf15001/index.jsp.

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