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Invites submission of proposals using existing International Ocean Discovery Program and Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, Ocean Drilling Program and Deep Sea Drilling Project cores for fundamental research and training.
Invites researchers at minority-serving institutions and community colleges with awards from the HEGS program to request a Research Experience for Graduates or Research Experience for Undergraduates supplement.
Supports the establishment of a new Synthesis Center focused on organismal resilience and plasticity as well as training new generations of researchers in data-intensive, open, cross-disciplinary and collaborative science.
Invites proposals from researchers hindered by teaching and mentoring loads, start-up packages, institutional infrastructure, or by lack of research support personnel. Proposals would be submitted to existing programs in the Geosciences Directorate.
Invites proposals on fundamental research to facilitate discovery, characterization, extraction and separation of critical minerals such as essential metals and rare earth elements required to achieve a clean-energy future.
Encourages early-stage collaborations across the biological and engineering sciences and the translation of research findings into use-inspired projects that inform societal impact and future commercialization.
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Breakthrough Listen is managed by the Breakthrough Initiatives, sponsored by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation ( ). We are grateful to the staff of the Green Bank Observatory for their help with installation and commissioning of the Breakthrough Listen backend instrument and extensive support during Breakthrough Listen observations. P.X.M. was supported by the Laidlaw foundation, which has funded this project as part of the undergraduate research and leadership funding initiative. S.Z.S. acknowledges that this material is based on work supported by the National Science Foundation MPS-Ascend Postdoctoral Research Fellowship under grant number 2138147. We thank Y. Chen for helpful discussion on the machine-learning framework. P.X.M. thanks L. Doyle and S. Marzen for their kind support, generous guidance and encouragement when he first began his research career.
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