How to Write Grants for Chemistry

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To write grants for chemistry, research the grant qualifications, fill out the application in detail, list budget plans, and include information on the hypothesis that will be tested with the grant money. Organize a chemistry grant application with a table of contents and references using instructions from a financial aid officer in this free video on grant writing.

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Hi, my name is Brooke Kramer, and I'm the financial aid officer with Argosy University, Salt Lake City. And today, we're going to talk about how to write a chemistry grant. And the first thing you're going to want to do is pull up the grant information and see what requirements. When you start completing the application after you know you've met the requirements, you want to make sure you fill it out completely in detail. If you're missing any part of the grant application, then you might be disqualified from getting the grant. Next, you're going to want to list your budget plans in detail. The government or the institute that you plan on getting the grant from wants to know where every cent of the grant money is going to go towards. You will also want to contact some professors and list your research partners in the...in the document. It's good that the grant organization knows who's going to be involved and also if it's going to go towards a good cause. You're going to also want to apply the scientific method to when you're writing the essay for the grant. Include your hypothesis, a timeline of how long your experiment's going to take. Include what your theory is about where you're going to go with the experiment. And finally, organize your paper with a table of contents as well as references and other information to pretty much complete the package. If you have any other questions regarding this, please visit our website at www.argosy.edu.

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