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Welcome to beta.nsf.gov, the new version of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) website. We're completely revamping our site and we’re doing it in the open so you can check on our progress. Learn more about the project
NSF's Public Access Initiative (PAI) has a new site on beta. The Public Access Initiative strives to make the outputs of scientific research funded by the National Science Foundation publicly available to the greatest extent and with the fewest constraints possible and consistent with law.
The U.S. National Science Foundation is aware of its name and likeness being used in a fraudulent manner. Scammers claiming to represent NSF inform individuals that they have won NSF grant money and can claim it for a fee. NSF has a long-standing merit review process that governs issuance of research and research-related awards made by the foundation.…
The Career Opportunities information on beta includes major changes to the vacancy listings page. These changes were made after several months of user experience research with potential job seekers and NSF staff.