FUTURE MANUFACTURING WEBINAR
March 31, 2020
NSF hosted a webinar to introduce and answer questions related to the Future Manufacturing program solicitation (NSF 20-552) on Thursday, March 26, 2020.
Program directors discussed the research thrusts, types of proposals, proposal requirements and evaluation criteria specific to this solicitation.
Visit the Future Manufacturing webinar page for the webinar recording, transcript, and presentation slides.
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