How to Plan and Organize Your Competitive Research Proposal

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How to Plan and Organize Your Competitive Research Proposal

Published on ‎05-25-2022 05:59 PM by

No matter how well you know your science, you can't secure funding for your research proposal without a good plan.


Nancy Jensen, Program Manager of the Office of Research Grants at ACS, returns for a follow-up to her popular webinar series on writing winning research proposals to provide you the necessary organizational skills and little known project management advice. Don't miss out on critical funding due to issues that could have been avoided!


This ACS Webinar is moderated by Joerg Schlatterer of the American Chemical Society and co-produced with the Student & Postdoctoral Scholars Office at ACS and the Petroleum Research Fund.

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To craft an effective Competitive Research Proposal, define clear objectives and research questions. Identify key competitors and gather comprehensive data on their strategies, strengths, and weaknesses. Develop a systematic research plan, allocating resources judiciously. Organize the collected information coherently, highlighting relevant insights and potential opportunities. Ensure a structured presentation covering methodology, expected outcomes, and timeline. Emphasize the significance of your research in addressing business challenges. Regularly review and adapt your plan to accommodate new developments. A well-organized and strategic approach ensures a compelling Competitive Research Proposal, demonstrating thorough planning and enhancing the likelihood of project success. So if you want to get any academic writing service, like assignments, research proposals and thesis writing service 

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