DEADLINE, Feb. 11, 2020: Navigating the New Arctic solicitation for proposals
January 7, 2020
NSF's Office of Polar Programs has issued a new solicitation for proposals as part of its Navigating the New Arctic (NNA) initiative.
NNA is one of a set of "Big Ideas," 10 long-term research and process ideas that identify areas for future investment at the frontiers of science and engineering. NNA is designed to "tackle convergent scientific challenges" in the rapidly changing Arctic.
Proposals must be submitted to NSF’s Geosciences directorate but, because NNA is a foundation-wide initiative, they will be managed by a cross-directorate team of program directors.
The solicitation may be found here:
Those considering submitting proposals are encouraged to take advantage of “virtual office hours” to speak with various NNA program officers from across the Foundation.
See a schedule here:
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