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Opportunity DARPA-RA-09-35: Amendment 05: The purpose of this Amendment is to reduce the cost share requirement and to reduce the program length. See the attached conformed DARPA-RA-09-35 document with changes highlighted in yellow. Original Synopsis Below. DARPA is soliciting innovative proposals for university research centers in the area of integrated photonics engineering. Proposed research should investigate innovative approaches that enable revolutionary advances in science, devices, or systems. Specifically excluded is research that primarily results in evolutionary improvements to the existing state of practice. All administrative correspondence and questions on this solicitation, including requests for information on how to submit a proposal abstract or full proposal to this RA, should be directed to one of the administrative addresses below; DARPA-RAemail@example.com or www.darpa.mil/mto/ to retrieve the RA. DARPA intends to use electronic mail and fax for correspondence regarding DARPA-RA-09-35. Any cost sharing requirements: A significant level of cost-sharing by industry and university partners will be required. Years 1-2 will be funded with the following share requirements: DARPA 75% and Center partners 25%. Years 3-4 will be funded with the following share requirements: DARPA 50% and Center partners 50%. In-kind cost sharing may be included in the proposed efforts, but will be counted toward the cost share only to the extent that there is an explicit and accountable monetary value to the proposed university/industrial collaborative effort. All center partner share contributions must also conform to the associated requirements stipulated in the Department of Defense Grant and Agreement Regulations (DoDGARs). Full RA document attached.