Release Date: November 4, 2012
Category: Grant Writing
Grant funding is increasingly competitive, as budgets tighten at federal agencies and private foundations while the number of investigators increases. In this competitive atmosphere, it is important to use every available resource to increase your chances of receiving funding for your proposals. BioScience Writers put together this list of resources* for information on scientific grant writing to help you draft, revise, tailor, and polish your next grant proposal.
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