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What is the ETF’s definition of a major research consortia project?

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What is the ETF’s definition of a major research consortia project?

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The ETF can be used to attract projects of major national significance. Examples of these projects include Los Alamos National Laboratory, Galveston Laboratory for Infectious Disease Research, and the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). The ETF may be a proactive participant in recruiting such projects, including identifying funding partners, initiation, and active management. A Major Project probably won’t look like existing projects or those currently under evaluation. Funding will be flexible and could exceed $10 million, when appropriate. Recruitment of a Major Project will be coordinated by the Governor’s Office with assistance from the Lieutenant Governor’s and Speaker’s Offices, the Texas Emerging Technology Fund Advisory Committee, and proposal partners, e.g., state or federal agencies and private companies.

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