The Borders, Trade, and Immigration Institute, a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence led by the University of Houston, announces a competitive research opportunity related to the Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America.
An issue has been identified with the High Priority Area Research Seed Grants submission process.
If you submitted an application for a seed grant, please resubmit your proposal by Monday, February 18 at 5 p.m.
The UH Research Data Storage Taskforce (Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute, University Information Technology (UIT), and UH Libraries) has developed a survey to determine research data storage, preservation and access needs of faculty and staff on campus.
The Computational Physiology Laboratory (CPL) at the University of Houston is conducting a study using NSF funding about deadline stress in academic environments. For this study, CPL looks to recruit volunteer participants among the faculty of the University of Houston – Main Campus.
As part of UH's 50-in-5 initiative, the DOR has engaged with McAllister and Quinn, a DC-based firm specialized in large grants consulting, to identify funding opportunities, assist with major proposal development, and provide tailored training in complex proposal preparation over the next two years.
At DARPA’s D60 Symposium, a multi-year investment of more than $2 billion was announced to support new and existing programs through the "AI Next" campaign. DARPA sees this next generation of AI as a third wave of
technological advance; one of contextual adaptation.