Start with a Good Idea

It must have strength within the field of science to which it pertains. Present your expertise, commitment, and the capability to do what you propose. And you need to have a solid and well-written grant that out-competes others for funding. Do your homework, allow enough time to develop a solid proposal, and present your idea in a manner that conveys your enthusiasm so you get reviewers excited about your idea.

Having trouble getting started? Have a case of writers block? This article by Robert Porter can help you get started.

Is your idea fundable? Be sure to read The "So What?" Factor.

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