Important Links to Support Proposal Development

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To submit a research proposal to NASA, individuals and the organizations with which they are affiliated must be registered in NSPIRES. Individuals may register at any time. Organizations are required to have a valid registration with the System for Award Management (SAM) before they can register in NSPIRES.

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NASA EPSCoR research priorities are defined by the Mission Directorates, the Office of the Chief Technologist, and NASA’s ten Centers. Short descriptions, with URL links to longer descriptions, are found in this document as well as points of contact.

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NASA leads the nation on a great journey of discovery, seeking new knowledge and understanding of our planet Earth, our Sun and solar system, and the universe out to its farthest reaches and back to its earliest moments of existence. NASA recognizes the scientists and engineers who utilize science data, are at the center of it all.

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From space, in space, and about space, NASA's science vision encompasses questions as practical as ​hurricane formation, as enticing as the prospect of lunar resources, as surprising as behavior in ​weightlessness, and as profound as the origin of the Universe. To ensure the success of the space ​program through generations to come, we must have simple, but compelling, long-term goals and ​coherent, thoughtful plans to achieve them.

Useful NASA Websites

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NASA's Software Catalog ​offers hundreds of new ​software programs to ​download for free to use ​in a wide variety of ​technical applications.

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NASA Spinoff highlights NASA ​technologies that benefit life on Earth ​in the form of commercial products. ​We’ve profiled more than 2,000 ​spinoffs since 1976 — there’s more ​space in your life than you think!

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With the Remote Sensing ​Toolkit, users can find, ​analyze and utilize the most ​relevant data for their ​research, business projects ​or conservation efforts.

Mississippi NASA EPSCoR

145 Hill Drive | P.O. Box 1848

University, MS 38677

(662) 915 - 3190 | (662) 915 -1187

Dr. Nathan Murray



Dr. Earnest Stephens

Assistant Director


Dr. Whitney Jackson

Program Specialist