For Researchers: ROSES Blog

All Science, Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth, Space Experiments, Space Biology, Physical Sciences
May 11, 2022
Through Topical Workshops, Symposia, and Conferences (TWSC F.12 of ROSES), the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) solicits proposals for  events, including asynchronous and virtual workshops, Open Source Science Initiatives, etc., that contribute to SMD's equity, science, technology and exploration... Read More
Space Experiments, Physical Sciences
Mar 21, 2022
ROSES-2022 E.3 Complex Fluids included a notice that "NASA may solicit this program in ROSES this year." However, as a result of recent budget reduction, Amendment 9 announces that this program will not be solicited this year.
Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth, Space Experiments
Oct 8, 2021
F.10 Payloads and Research Investigations on the Surface of the Moon (PRISM) has been clarified and updated in number of ways: small changes were made to Section 3, Section 5.3.1 provides more details on requirements for the Inclusion Plan, and Section 6.2 includes updated guidance on the budget... Read More
Space Experiments, Space Biology, Physical Sciences
May 17, 2021
E.10 Lunar Explorer Instrument for Space Biology Applications (
Space Experiments, Space Biology, Physical Sciences
Apr 23, 2021
ROSES-2021 Amendment 12 releases for community comment draft text for
Space Experiments, Physical Sciences, Space Biology, ISS
Dec 4, 2020
The NASA Space Biology Program (formerly the Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Applications Division of HEOMD) element focuses on ideas that will increase NASA's understanding of how living systems respond to the unique environments that are encountered during space exploration,... Read More
Space Experiments, Space Biology, ISS
Nov 17, 2020
The NASA Space Biology Program (formerly the Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Applications Division of HEOMD) element focuses on ideas that will increase NASA's understanding of how living systems respond to the unique environments that are encountered during space exploration,... Read More

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