Writing successful science proposals
- Friedland, Andrew J., 1959-
- 2nd ed.
- New Haven : Yale University Press, 2009.
- Physical description
- xvii, 201 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
- Folt, Carol L., 1951-
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -197) and index.
- Getting started
- Authorship from start to finish
- Basic organization and effective communication
- Developing your conceptual framework and significance statement
- A title may be more important than you think
- The project summary guides the reader
- Objectives, hypotheses, and specific aims : an exhaustive list is exhausting
- Lay the foundation in the introduction
- Experimental design and methods : what will you actually do?
- Plan for expected and unexpected results
- The timeline is a reality check
- References in detail : how many and how recent?
- Preparing a budget
- Submitting and tracking your proposal
- The three R's : rethink, revise, and resubmit
- Consider private foundations for funding of innovative research
- Team science for tackling complex problems
- Ethics and research.
- Publisher's Summary
- A guide to science proposal writing. Suitable for scientists embarking on a thesis or grant application, it explains steps of the proposal process in detail. It includes chapters on private foundation funding and interdisciplinary research.
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- Publication date
- Andrew J. Friedland and Carol L. Folt.
- Previous ed.: 2000.