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From an earlier FAQ: an Institution can only submit one proposal per theme. Do proposals that address different subsets of themes fall into that ruling? For example, if they submitted one for theme 4, could they submit a second that integrates themes 4 and 5 (with different Directors)?

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An Institution can be the Lead Institution for more than one Consortium providing that the themes addressed are not exactly the same: e.g. the Institution could be Lead for a Proposal for theme 1 and a proposal that addressed themes 1, 2 and 3, but not two proposals that both addressed themes 1 and 3 together.

Obviously, if one Consortium proposal addresses only a single theme (e.g. theme 2) and the second Consortium proposal addresses themes 1 and 2, then the theme 2 aspects of the second Consortium proposal should be connected where appropriate to the theme 1 aspects of the second Consortium proposal.
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