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February 28th, 2007
What Makes a Good Nano Research Collaborative Project
Q: What makes a good submission or proposal to work with the Foundry?
Bustillo: Well, as I said our goal is the science and in publishing, so getting a glimpse of what others haven't seen is a big motivator for us. Good quality science from recognized principal investigators having a demonstrated track record certainly bodes well for proposal acceptance. We do, however, also very much encourage newly established researchers to submit their ideas.
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