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The program supports a multi-site study on the human health effects of exposures to drinking water contaminated with PFAS. Study sites may include communities using PFAS-contaminated private residential wells or public water systems.
This annual solicitation sets the research funding priorities for DOE’s Office of Science and is open through the end of the current fiscal year. This year’s funding categories are: Advanced Scientific Computing Research; Basic Energy Sciences; Biological and Environmental Research; Fusion Energy Sciences; High Energy Physics; and Nuclear Physics.
The program will develop, in the near-term, advanced technologies to improve the overall performance of the nation’s existing coal-fired power plant fleet. Projects will support DOE’s Transformative Power Generation Program and the Crosscutting Research Program .
The program supports early-stage collaboration among scientists, engineers and developers of innovative cyberinfrastructure capabilities, services and approaches. Successful CESER projects typically involve co-funding from the relevant disciplinary research programs within NSF. Before submitting a proposal, applicants must discuss their ideas with: a CESER Program Officer about appropriate venue for the proposal; and (2) relevant NSF disciplinary science and engineering research program to ensure interest in the proposed effort.
The program supports research to prevent violence impacting children and youth, including child abuse and neglect, teen dating violence, sexual violence, youth violence and exposure to adult intimate partner violence. The grantees will evaluate primary prevention strategies, programs and policies targeting universal or selected high-risk populations.
The program supports the development of replicable program models to ensure continuity of HIV medical care for people with HIV released from state prisons into the community. The emphasis will be on linkage to and retention in community HIV medical care, adherence to HIV treatment and suppression of HIV viral load.
The SBIR and STTR programs increase private sector commercialization of technology developed through DOE-supported research and development. The agency will support high-quality research on advanced technology concepts.
The program supports identification of health care and clinic practices associated with the best outcomes for people living with spina bifida. The grantees will communicate and encourage adoption of these best practices by SB clinics.
The program supports a research network to better understand the public health and clinical impacts of living with Muscular Dystrophy. Grantees will identify eligible MD cases, conduct longitudinal follow-up and research, analyze data and publish and disseminate the results.
The program supports are a series of five-day conferences featuring a distinguished lecturer delivering ten lectures on a mathematical science topic. CBMS publicizes the conferences and disseminates the resulting conference materials. The grantees will receive funding to host about 30 participants at each conference.