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NSF Invests in Sustainability Research Network

The National Science Foundation has put $12 million into a four-year research project with the goal to help build sustainable cities. Georgia Tech said Wednesday that it will serve as the anchor of scientists from nine universities who will collaborate with infrastructure groups, public policy experts and industry partners to develop concepts …

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James Kurose: NSF Prototype Cloud Architectures Available to Researchers

The National Science Foundation‘s Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering is calling on researchers to utilize technology prototypes developed under the NSFFutureCloud program in future studies with NSF. CISE Assistant Director James Kurose said in a “Dear Colleague” letter posted May 21 that researchers can use the experimental Chameleon and CloudLab cloud architectures …

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NSF Wants Public Input on Federal Cyber Tech R&D Plan

The National Science Foundation is asking for input from the public and private sectors on what objectives can be included in federally-funded information technology protection research programs. In a notice posted Wednesday on the Federal Register, NSF said the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act mandates that federal agencies craft a strategic plan …

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NSF: Agencies Got 2% R&D Budget Boost in FY 2014

A new report from the National Science Foundation says federal agencies received a $3.2-billion year-over-year increase in fiscal year 2014 for research and development work and R&D plant initiatives. NSF said Wednesday this 2.4-percent increase brought the total amount of 2014 R&D funds to $135.7 billion as of July 2014. The agency said previous fiscal years have showed …

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