February 17, 2021 / 11:00 AM EST
The National Science Foundation (NSF) hosted the Large Facilities Workshop – 2021 Winter Webinar on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. This two-part webinar covered the following topic: New Terms & Conditions and Major Facility Guidance (MFG) on International Collaborations and Recipient Core Competencies. For those who could not attend the live webinar, all recorded workshop sessions will be available on-demand soon.
The workshop is a collaborative forum for the National Science Foundation’s Large Facilities and other complex scientific facilities and organizations. Desired outcomes to support NSF’s mission and promote the scientific endeavor include:
Attendance is especially beneficial for those who have a role in the development, planning, construction or operation of large complex scientific facilities.
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