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NASA EPSCoR Research NOFO
NASA EPSCoR Rapic Response Research (R3) NOFO
The goals of R3 program are to provide a streamlined method to address research issues important to NASA, and to enable NASA EPSCoR researchers to work with NASA to solve research issues impacting the Agency’s programs/missions. The Rapid Response Research (R3) program is an attempt to implement research within NASA and commercial partners to address technical issues. This opportunity will allow EPSCoR researchers to work alongside NASA and commercial partners for up to one year and is intended to strengthen the bonds among EPSCoR jurisdictions, NASA, commercial partners, and other entities. Proposals must directly respond to a single topic area defined in the solicitation. The solicitation can be found at https://nspires.nasaprs.com/ by search for opportunity number NNH22ZHA004C.
Interested researchers must submit a Notice of Intent (NOI) no later than 19 January 2022 using the link below.
NASA EPSCoR Internation Space Station (ISS) Flight Opportunity
NASA EPSCoR Sub-Orbital Flight Opportunity (SFO)
The Mississippi NASA EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Development (RID) Program provides travel/interaction grants to promote the development of research infrastructure and the development of partnerships between NASA research assets and those of the jurisdiction.
The solicitation is open, and proposals will be accepted at any time through 30 April 2022. Awards are up to $1,750 per request to support travel/interactions that seek to develop new relationships with NASA scientists and engineers at the Mission Directorates and/or Field Centers. The travel/activity must be completed no later than 5/31/2022. Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, researchers may opt to propose virtual meetings, technical interchange sessions, mini-workshops, or other means of interaction in lieu of travel.