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    Below is the table of contents for GrantWeek from the Grants Resource Center. To access content, as well as archived issues, log in here with the following credentials, or click on a link below and log in:

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    GrantWeek
    GRC GrantWeek is a weekly electronic news magazine that analyzes federal legislation, agency policies and challenges, and best practices in research administration with much of the information gathered on the ground in Washington.

    September 17, 2018

    GRC Webinar Series: Exploring Healthcare Research Through AHRQ’s R18 Award

    On September 18, 2018, join the Grants Resource Center for an informative conversation with Dr. Kishena C. Wadhwani, Director of Division of Scientific Review, Office of Extramural Research, Education and Priority Populations at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

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    GRC Webinar Series: New Priorities in AFRI: Bioenergy, Natural Resources, and Environment

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s AFRI (Agriculture and Food Research Initiative) program serves as the major research grant-awarding mechanism for agricultural sciences. Funded through the Farm Bill, research is divided into separate funding priority areas.

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    University Research Funding Becoming More Concentrated at Top Institutions, Finds New Report

    University research funding is getting more concentrated at fewer institutions, according to new analysis from the State Science and Technology Institute (SSTI). The report looked at the 100 largest recipients of new university research dollars, and compared their share of all federal funding to the more than 1300 institutions outside of that category, finding a 3.6 percent increase in the top schools’ share of the pie. This was primarily driven by the top 10 recipients, whose share of all research funding went up 1.6 percent during this period.

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    European Funders to Require Open Access to Research Results

    As reported in the American Institute of Physics’ FYI Bulletin, the national research funding agencies from 11 European countries plan to require grantees to publish their results in open access journals, beginning in 2020. This initiative, called Plan S, will block grantees from publishing their results in thousands of journals unless these outlets change their open access policies.

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    Editor: Richard Wellons

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