NASA Astrobiology Program Student Early Career Collaboration Awards - Deadline October 2Applications for the next cycle of the NASA Astrobiology Early Career Collaboration Award are due October 2, 2017.
Don’t miss the next opportunity to apply for an Astrobiology Early Career Collaboration Award! The deadline is October 2, 2017.
The Astrobiology Early Career Collaboration Awards offer research-related travel support for undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and junior scientists. Applicants are encouraged to use these resources to circulate among two or more laboratories supported by the NASA Astrobiology Program (Exobiology and Evolutionary Biology, the NAI, Planetary Science and Technology Through Analog Research, MatiSSE, PICASSO and the Habitable Worlds), however any travel that is critical for the applicant’s research will be considered. Travelers must be formally affiliated with a U.S. institution. Requests are limited to $5,000.
For more information on how to apply, visit: https://nai.nasa.gov/funding/nasa-astrobiology-early-career-collaboration-award/
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