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What is an example of an activity that is not a foreign component, but would meet the definition of Other Support? What is the difference?

This response is dependent upon specific details that surrounding the activity.  For instance, one model could be that a PI on an NIH grant may have an appointment and a lab at a foreign university. The research being done at the foreign lab is unrelated to the PI’s NIH project. This would not qualify as a foreign component of the NIH research, as the foreign work is not part of the NIH-funded project. However, it is a resource made available to the researcher in support of their research. Therefore, it must be reported as Other Support.

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