Innovation Corps (I-Corps TM) – National Innovation Network Nodes Program (I-Corps Nodes)

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Letter of Intent Deadline Date: February 8, 2018

Program Guidelines: NSF 17-533

 

The National Science Foundation (NSF) seeks to further develop and nurture a national innovation ecosystem that builds upon fundamental research to guide the output of scientific discoveries closer to the development of technologies, products, processes and services that benefit society. The goal of the program is to dramatically reduce the period of time necessary to bring a promising idea from its inception to widespread implementation.

Through this solicitation, NSF is seeking to
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Innovation Corps- National Innovation Network Sites Program (I-Corps Sites)

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Full Proposal Deadline Date: February 8, 2018

Program Guidelines: NSF 16-547

 

The National Science Foundation (NSF) seeks to develop and nurture a national innovation ecosystem that builds upon research to guide the output of scientific discoveries closer to the development of technologies, products and processes that benefit society.

In order to contribute to a national innovation ecosystem, NSF established the NSF Innovation Corps Sites Program (NSF I-Corps Sites). Sites are funded at academic institutions,
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Asymmetry in plants

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12/26/2017 12:12 PM EST

Previously overlooked asymmetry has been found in <em>Arabidopsis</em>

Previously overlooked asymmetry has been found in Arabidopsis and tomato leaves. More about this image Research shows that the spiral pattern of leaf formation from the point of growth affects the developing leaf’s exposure to the plant hormone auxin. This exposure leads to …

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Science teams get time on Blue Waters

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12/26/2017 12:12 PM EST

First all-atom structure of an HIV virus capsid in its tubular form

From Klaus Schulten’s project about HIV infection, this image is of the first all-atom structure of an HIV virus capsid in its tubular form. Schulten and his team at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are studying the protein capsid that encases the HIV-1 genome. The process through …

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