Title Page: In order to develop a clear title, you must also be clear about the focus of your research!
Strive for the title to be ten words or 60 characters: focus on or incorporate keywords that reference the classification of the research subject Abstract/summary statement of the research project: This one page summary focuses on the research topic, its new, current and relevant aspects.
Do not include vague or irrelevant information in an appendix; this additional information will not help the reader’s overall understanding and interpretation of your research and may only distract the reader from understanding the significance of your overall study.: Appendices are intended to provide supplementary information that you have gathered or created; it is not intended to replicate or provide a copy of the work of others.
For example, if you need to contrast the techniques of analysis used by other authors with your own method of analysis, summarize that information, and cite to the original work.
(March 21, 2007); Wicherts, Jelte M., Marjan Bakker, and Dylan Molenaar.
Include here the title of the proposal, complete identification of the principal investigator(s) (PI), institutional name(s), and the address, telephone number, FAX number, and email address of the PI(s).
Here you present yourself and establish your credibility.
This is the place to set the "tone" for your proposal by establishing a link between your project and the interests of the grantor.
This is a brief, clear summary of your project, usually not more than half a page.
For federal grants, include the identifying keywords for your grant and underline them.