DOE Office of Science Gets $400M for FY 2023 Research Funding Program

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Department of Energy is allocating $400 million in funding to advance the research and development priorities set by the Office of Science for fiscal year 2023.

DOE said Tuesday the annual funding will be used to support various programs across the Office of Science focused on areas including advanced scientific computing research, basic energy sciences, fusion energy sciences, biological and environmental research and high energy physics.

The Office of Science has released a funding opportunity announcement extending the solicitation period for its financial assistance program until Sept. 30, 2023.

“This comprehensive investment will continue to support DOE — our nation’s ‘solutions department’ — and solidify America’s global leadership in science and technology,” said Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm.

The funding opportunity is open to federal agencies and federally funded research and development centers not operating under DOE and the National Nuclear Security Administration.

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