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Projects - Why is only the Principal Investigator listed on a grant?

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Projects - Why is only the Principal Investigator listed on a grant?
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The grant information entered into Pure by the Research Support Office is limited to what has been provided in the grant announcement notice, usually the amount of the award, the name of the primary investigator, and the title of the project. Individuals will therefore need to add any additional information about their own grants, such as associations with co-investigators, descriptions of projects, andĀ links to project websites.

Please consult Pure support pages on more information about research grants in Pure.


 
 
 

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