What Is a Concept Paper?


A concept paper is a document that enables funding executive committees assess how well a proposed research fits with a particular Fund's interests. This paper is normally three paged and enumerates all the scientific and non-scientific aspects justify the funding of a proposed project.
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A concept paper is what you submit before you submit your full proposal. You should try to summarize, in an interesting way, what you will layout more fully later, but keeping in summarized.
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