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The Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA) provides support and guidance to the research enterprise of Princeton University for obtaining sponsored research funds and managing sponsored program activity in today’s complex regulatory environment.
Overview of best practices and resources for research data management.
Examples of successful grants
In general, successful grant applications are not made publicly available, but some funding agencies do provide examples of successful grant proposals. Although they may not be formally made publicly available, it is possible to find some via Google using phrases like sample grant proposal and successful grant application example.
Linked research knowledge system that brings together grants, publications, citations, alternative metrics, clinical trials, patents and policy documents to deliver a platform for users to find and access the most relevant information and analyze the academic and broader outcomes of research. Combines a citation database, a research analytics suite, and article discovery and access functionality.
Multidisciplinary index to journal literature in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Offers the option to find cited references, which are the authors lists of articles used in their research. Journal coverage in the social sciences, arts, and humanities is not comprehensive. Includes conference proceedings in the sciences and social sciences.
International coverage of journal articles, selected web sites, and patents in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities; provides citation tracking for 1996+ (select coverage for earlier periods) and cited reference searches back to 1970.
Princeton's Institutional ID (needed for Papers software): 51401.