NASA funding call for "High Priority Open-Source Science" due 2023-03-29

I just saw another NASA open science funding opportunity. Sadly it can only go to organisations based in the US, but if someone really wants to put in a proposal, maybe the OSHF can serve as a holder of the funds?

There is an online information session TOMORROW Thursday January 19, 13:00-14:00 US Eastern Time.

More details copy-pasted below:

Dear Friends of Open Science,

Just wanted to send a reminder about an upcoming information session on F.15 High Priority Open-Source Science (HPOSS), a new ROSES funding opportunity for open-source science, Thursday January 19, 1:00-2:00 pm ET.

HPOSS will provide funding for innovative work that supports the goals of the Open-Source Science Initiative, including making science more accessible, inclusive, and reproducible. Proposals must be for new work to develop technology that will support open-source science, which may include the development of data formats, software, frameworks, or libraries. In addition to these core criteria, we welcome proposals that would support the goals of TOPS, such as broadening participation by historically excluded communities. Awards amounts will be around $100,000, and work must be completed within one year. HPOSS has a rolling due date, and proposals under ROSES-2022 will be accepted until March 29, 2023.

To join the information session, use the connection details posted on NSPIRES.

To ask a question before or during the event, use this tool. Questions from the event will be compiled into a FAQ document that will be posted on NSPIRES.

Attached is a flyer; please feel free to forward to others who might be interested. Thank you!

Cynthia Hall
Transform to Open Science (TOPS) Community Coordinator

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Thanks! That’s a great call and that whole program (TOPS) seems very relevant.

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