Energy Research Seed Funding Competition
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Introduction. Energy in all its aspects will be a leading priority for the Navy and the DoD in the 21st century, and represents a major strategic opportunity for the University. NPS has taken a leadership role in standing up educational programs in energy, and seeks to expand its portfolio in energy research both to support our education programs, and to tap into a growing base of federal and private sponsors for energy-related work. Towards this end, the Research Board has endorsed a proposal to use a portion of our research initiative funding to hold a competition for a limited number of awards for “seed funding” or “feasibility studies” in the area of energy. The purpose of the awards will be to develop, or further advance, new concepts to a level of maturity such that they could be submitted as highly-competitive proposals to sponsors for external funding.
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