News Archives for Jan. 2010

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Story Date
January Research Tracks newsletter now available 1/29/2010
Funding Opportunity: American Cancer Society Area of Special Interest: The Role of Healthcare and Insurance in Improving Outcomes in Cancer Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment 1/25/2010
Internal Deadline Announced for NSF FY2010 Major Research Instrumentation Program 1/25/2010
Read The Latest Research Tracks 1/22/2010
Baylor professor develops mathmatical model to predict the 'heat' of chili peppers 1/8/2010
Grantsmanship Center's Research Proposal Workshop coming to Dallas 1/5/2010
Internal Funding Deadline Reminder 1/5/2010

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