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Research Funding

US government shutdown by the numbers: NSF grant proposals and fellowship applications

by Andrea Widener
January 19, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 3

By the numbers

1,142

Number of National Science Foundation proposals that were not reviewed Jan. 7–18 because of the partial US government shutdown, according to the agency. A total of 67 review panels were canceled.


 

13,000

Number of applications for NSF’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program for 2019. Review of the applications was set to begin the week of Jan. 14 but has not commenced because of the shutdown.

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