EPSCoR/IDeA expands and improves the research capability of scientists, engineers, mathematicians, technologists, and institutions in states that historically have received less funding than other states have through federal research grants.
EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) was created by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 1979. IDeA (Institutional Development Award) is the corollary program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
EPSCoR-type programs also have been developed by other federal agencies:
UPDATE: The NSF has confirmed that awardees must stop submitting project reports in FastLane as of February 1, 2013. NSF will transfer project reporting from FastLane to Research.gov on March 18, 2013. The transition to Research.gov requires that reporting in FastLane be frozen; so, to assist grantees with this transition, the overdue date will be extended for all project reports that are currently scheduled to become overdue between January 31 and April 30, 2013.
Research in the areas of health, behavioral, and social sciences at UNH focuses on exploring the human condition - physical, psychological, and social - as individuals, as families, and as communities.
Health research helps people live full, healthy lives. Discovering the cellular basis for diseases, defining and promoting active, healthy lifestyles, developing assistive technology, and delivering innovative therapeutic services are all parts of the equation.
Introducing the UNH Scientific
Instrumentation Inventory (SII). SII is
a new tool to manage and search the extensive collection of instruments at
UNH. It was developed by Research Computing
and Instrumentation to provide a complete and accurate inventory of UNH’s
scientific equipment and instruments for many purposes, including: