INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana students in grades 9-12 can apply for grants up to $300 to help pay for designing, conducting and evaluating independent research projects.
The Indiana Academy of Science provides the grants. It says the deadline for submitting proposals in Oct. 25.
To be considered, students must prepare a proposal according to the academy's guidelines. Those guidelines can be found online at www.indianaacademyofscience.org .
The Indiana Academy of Science is a 128-year-old professional organization for industry and academic scientists, science educators and undergraduate and graduate science students in the state of Indiana.
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