U.S. Universities Face Ongoing Decline in R&D Funding
posted on November 25, 2015

U.S. universities face an ongoing decline in federal research and development funding, according to new data from the National Science Foundation. For the third consecutive year, federal research and development funding for higher education lagged behind inflation. Federally funded R&D at universities declined 3.9% to $37.9 billion in FY 2014. It has fallen by more […]

Download our White Paper on NSF Grant Proposal Writing
posted on October 13, 2015

The National Science Foundation’s Major Research Instrumentation grant program is designed for universities and researchers who want to secure funding for the high performance computing solutions that drive research and discovery. A great number of our customers seek NSF MRI grant funds as the demand for HPC continues to grow. In fiscal year 2014, the […]

NSFDays: A Chance to Learn Best Practices for Proposal Writing
posted on April 21, 2015

The National Science Foundation is offering NSF Days at university campuses nationwide to help early career researchers by teaching best practices and tips for writing strong proposals in order to secure funding for valuable research. Learning to write a powerful proposal is key to successfully obtaining NSF funding, and these NSF Days are designed to […]

HPC Cluster Blog – Grant Writing
posted on June 17, 2014

Getting ready to write a grant proposal? Need an accurate quote with the latest in HPC technology? Well, look no further. At Advanced Clustering Technologies, we understand that a significant source of funding for many of our clients’ cluster purchases comes from one government alphabet agency (NSF) or another (DOE). That means spending a lot […]

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