42 U.S. Code CHAPTER 16— NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

  1. § 1861. Establishment; composition
  2. § 1862. Functions
  3. § 1862a. Findings and purpose
  4. § 1862b. Establishment of Program
  5. § 1862c. Procedures, guidelines, and planning activities
  6. § 1862d. Set-aside for certain institutions
  7. § 1862e. Evaluations of research centers
  8. § 1862f. Research center consortia
  9. § 1862g. Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research
  10. § 1862h. Congressional statement of findings and declaration of purposes respecting scientific and technical education and training
  11. § 1862i. Scientific and technical education
  12. § 1862j. Authorization of appropriations
  13. § 1862k. Findings; core strategies
  14. § 1862l. National research facilities
  15. § 1862m. Financial disclosure
  16. § 1862n. Mathematics and science education partnerships
  17. § 1862n–1. Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
  18. § 1862n–1a. National Science Foundation Teaching Fellowships and Master Teaching Fellowships
  19. § 1862n–2. Establishment of centers for research on mathematics and science learning and education improvement
  20. § 1862n–3. Duplication of programs
  21. § 1862n–4. Major research equipment and facilities construction plan
  22. § 1862n–5. Board meetings; audits; reports; scholarship eligibility
  23. § 1862n–6. Undergraduate education reform
  24. § 1862n–7. Reports
  25. § 1862n–8. Evaluations
  26. § 1862n–9. Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee
  27. § 1862n–10. Minority-serving institutions undergraduate program
  28. § 1862o. Postdoctoral research fellows
  29. § 1862o–1. Responsible conduct of research
  30. § 1862o–2. Reporting of research results
  31. § 1862o–3. Sharing research results
  32. § 1862o–4. Funding for successful science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education programs
  33. § 1862o–5. Meeting critical national science needs
  34. § 1862o–6. Research on innovation and inventiveness
  35. § 1862o–7. Cyberinfrastructure
  36. § 1862o–8. Pilot program of grants for new investigators
  37. § 1862o–9. Broader impacts merit review criterion
  38. § 1862o–10. Advanced information and communications technology research
  39. § 1862o–11. Repealed. Pub. L. 114–329, title II, § 204(a)(3)(B), Jan. 6, 2017, 130 Stat. 2999
  40. § 1862o–12. Hispanic-serving institutions undergraduate program
  41. § 1862o–13. Professional science master’s degree programs
  42. § 1862o–14. Major research instrumentation
  43. § 1862o–15. Limit on proposals
  44. § 1862p. National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
  45. § 1862p–1. National Science Foundation manufacturing research and education
  46. § 1862p–2. Partnerships for innovation
  47. § 1862p–3. Sustainable chemistry basic research
  48. § 1862p–4. Undergraduate broadening participation program
  49. § 1862p–5. Research experiences for high school students
  50. § 1862p–6. Research experiences for undergraduates
  51. § 1862p–7. STEM industry internship programs
  52. § 1862p–8. Cyber-enabled learning for national challenges
  53. § 1862p–9. Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research
  54. § 1862p–10. Academic technology transfer and commercialization of university research
  55. § 1862p–11. NSF grants in support of sponsored post-doctoral fellowship programs
  56. § 1862p–12. Cloud computing research enhancement
  57. § 1862p–13. Tribal colleges and universities program
  58. § 1862p–14. Broader Impacts Review Criterion
  59. § 1862p–15. Twenty-first century graduate education
  60. § 1862q. Informal STEM education
  61. § 1862r. Research in disabilities education
  62. § 1862r–1. Dyslexia
  63. § 1862s. Reaffirmation of merit-based peer review
  64. § 1862s–1. Transparency and accountability
  65. § 1862s–2. Oversight of NSF major multi-user research facility projects
  66. § 1862s–3. Personnel oversight
  67. § 1862s–4. Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies Initiative
  68. § 1862s–5. Programs to expand STEM opportunities
  69. § 1862s–6. Presidential awards for excellence in STEM mentoring
  70. § 1862s–7. Computer science education research
  71. § 1862s–8. Innovation Corps
  72. § 1862s–9. Translational research grants
  73. § 1863. National Science Board
  74. § 1864. Director of Foundation
  75. § 1864a. Deputy Director of the Foundation
  76. § 1865. Executive Committee
  77. § 1866. Divisions within Foundation
  78. § 1867. Repealed. Pub. L. 90–407, § 4, July 18, 1968, 82 Stat. 363
  79. § 1868. Special commissions
  80. § 1869. Scholarships and graduate fellowships
  81. § 1869a. Contracts for precollege science or engineering curriculum development activities; inspection of materials by parent or guardian
  82. § 1869b. Issuance of instructions to grantees of pre-college curriculum projects
  83. § 1869c. Low-income scholarship program
  84. § 1870. General authority of Foundation
  85. § 1870a. Buy-American requirements
  86. § 1871. Disposition of inventions produced under contracts or other arrangements
  87. § 1872. International cooperation and coordination with foreign policy
  88. § 1872a. Repealed. Pub. L. 90–407, § 11(1), July 18, 1968, 82 Stat. 365
  89. § 1873. Employment of personnel
  90. § 1873a. Repealed. Pub. L. 99–159, title I, § 109(f), Nov. 22, 1985, 99 Stat. 890
  91. § 1874. Security provisions
  92. § 1875. Appropriations
  93. §§ 1876 to 1879. Repealed. Pub. L. 99–383, § 11, Aug. 21, 1986, 100 Stat. 817
  94. § 1880. National Medal of Science
  95. § 1881. Award of National Medal of Science
  96. § 1881a. Alan T. Waterman Award
  97. § 1881b. Presidential awards for teaching excellence
  98. § 1882. Information furnished to Congressional committees
  99. § 1883. Office of Small Business Research and Development
  100. § 1884. Repealed. Pub. L. 99–159, title I, § 109(h), Nov. 22, 1985, 99 Stat. 890
  101. § 1885. Congressional statement of findings and declaration of policy respecting equal opportunities in science and engineering
  102. § 1885a. Women in science and engineering; support of activities by Foundation for promotion, etc.
  103. § 1885b. Participation in science and engineering of minorities and persons with disabilities
  104. § 1885c. Committee on Equal Opportunities in Science and Engineering
  105. § 1885d. Biennial reports
  106. § 1886. Data collection and analysis
  107. § 1886a. Data on specific fields of study
  108. § 1887. Indemnification of grantees, contractors, and subcontractors under ocean drilling program; approvals and certifications by Director