Successful research proposals typically fill between 30 and 50 pages, and take great care and thought to prepare. An important aspect of the life of a scientist, writing a grant proposal affords researchers the opportunity to step back from the lab bench, assess the research team’s recent findings, review the scientific literature, and formulate new experimental strategies. Successful proposals are comprehensive, yet concise. They anticipate and address every possible concern from critical reviewers, who analyze the data supporting the project, the plans to move the project forwards, the proposed budget for the program and its potential importance to the field as a whole.
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