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Press Release 10-156
NSF Announces Future Internet Architecture Awards

Awards will help develop new ideas and innovations towards the development of a more robust, secure and reliable Internet

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Photo of children using the Internet for a school project.

Children using the Internet for a school project. By the time these youth join the work world, the internet will have changed and adopted new technologies and approaches. NSF's Future Internet Architecture program seeks to foster new potential avenues of change for the internet, making it more useful, safe and trustworthy.

Credit: L. Barry Hetherington


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