Kansas NSF EPSCoR's site, nsfepscor.ku.edu.

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EXPERIMENTAL COMPETITION: The Kansas Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, better known as EPSCoR, works to promote scientific progress and secure National Science Foundation funding in states that have traditionally received lower amounts of NSF research and development funding. The Kansas EPSCoR has a home on the Web at nsfepscor.ku.edu. The site has background on the organization, news about its efforts to secure funding and documentation of work it is doing to improve research infrastructure. The site also has a collection of funding opportunities, a database of information about research reporting, a collection of links to the sites of research partners and a calendar of conferences, deadlines and events.

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