[ pˈi͡ə ɹɪvjˈuː ɡɹˈant], [ pˈiə ɹɪvjˈuː ɡɹˈant], [ p_ˈiə ɹ_ɪ_v_j_ˈuː ɡ_ɹ_ˈa_n_t]
Peer review grant is a process of obtaining funds for a research project by submitting a proposal to a group of experts who evaluate its potential based on its scientific merit, relevance, originality, budget, and the capacity of the researcher. The opposite or antonym of peer review grant can be self-funded research or a grant awarded without a review or approval process. Self-funded research refers to a research project that the researcher funds independently, without seeking external funding or approval. On the other hand, a grant awarded without peer review could be one where the funder selects projects to fund without subjecting them to a rigorous review process.
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