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YIPs at the DoD

At her blog, Janus Professor shares her take on applying for Department of Defense Young Investigator Program funding — and how it's slightly different than applying for grants through the National Science Foundation or the National Institutes of Health. To receive funding through the various DoD YIPs, the blogger writes, applicants must be US citizens who've received their PhD no more than five years ago.

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