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August 2, 2019

In addition to domestic and bilateral international proposals, the CRCNS program encourages proposals for projects involving more than two countries. For proposals due November 25, 2019, the following multilateral country combinations are possible: France-Germany-US, France-Germany-Israel-US, France-Israel-US, France-Israel-Japan-US, France-Japan-US, Germany-Israel-US, Israel-Japan-US. Multilateral projects may also involve unfunded collaborators from additional countries. For more information about topical appropriateness, project scope, or budget needs, proposers are encouraged to contact the CRCNS Program Coordinator - NSF.

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