MO DIRT - Missourians Doing Impact Research Together, is a citizen science initiative to educate citizens on the importance of healthy soils and engage them in examining the current properties of our state soils and how these are being influenced by land use and climate change. Participants of the soil health training will learn about soil health and how to measure physical, chemical and biological soil health indicators. They will have the option to join MO DIRT volunteers monitoring soil health.

NSF has released a list of FAQs for the I-Corps™ Team Solicitation

40 spaces are still available for the Gordon Research Seminar for students, postdocs, and early career researches on June 9-10

These DCLs invite current postdoctoral research fellows and NSF CAREER awardees to participate in this foreign exchange program

NSF is soliciting Phase 1 proposals for the Small Business Innovation Research Program and the Small Business Technology Transfer Program

Track 1 and Track 2 proposals that address immediate challenges and opportunities that are facing undergrad STEM education