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The Mathematical and Physical Sciences Directorate (MPS) supports a strong and diverse portfolio of research and education in mathematics, astronomical science, physics, chemistry, and materials research. The purpose of this work is both to deepen our understanding of the physical universe, and to use this understanding in service to society.

New Funding Opportunities in Mathematical & Physical Sciences

Unsolicited proposals to MPS/DMS addressing cross-cutting topics in analysis, modeling, and computation of stochastic systems (Dear Colleague Letter) - nsf05008
(Posted: Nov 10 2004)

Instrumentation for Materials Research - Major Instrumentation Projects - nsf05513
(Posted: Oct 26 2004)

Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships - nsf05510
(Posted: Oct 20 2004)

Science of Learning Centers (SLC) - nsf05509
(Posted: Oct 15 2004)


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