Here’s some highlights from the latest Euraxess January newsletter.
International Researcher Links Workshops
- 18th-19th June 2018, Tel Aviv, Israel
- Deadline for applications: 15th February 2018
- For more information, please visit the summer school website .
- 26th-30th March 2018, United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
- Deadline for applications: 16th February 2018
- Eligibility criteria and application form can be found here
- 19th-23rd March 2018, Guarujá (SP), Brazil
- Deadline for applications: 19th February 2018
- Eligibility criteria and application form can be found here.
- 19th-21st June 2018, uShaka Marine World, Durban, South Africa
- Deadline for applications: 16th March 2018
- More information about the call is available here . Eligibility criteria and application form can be found here .
UK COST Information Day 8th February 2018
Hosted by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Newcastle University, this event offers an opportunity to find out more about taking part in COST Actions and share best practice with current and past members of UK COST Actions.
Register by 1st February 2018
Read the Newton Fund success stories
To find out more about the Newton Fund, take a look at these success stories – from diversifying India’s STEM workforce to working towards a greener Egypt.
Introduction to the News Media event
Science Media Centre are hosting a range of sessions which will see media-experienced scientists, news journalists, science correspondents and press officers give presentations about the realities of the news media, all with an eye to science in the headlines.
The first event takes place on Wednesday 7th March at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London from 1pm to 5pm. This particular session will be aimed at active scientists and clinicians in the field of fertility and reproductive health.
Watch the Newton Fund winners’ video
Last year, a British Council Institutional Links project, which had solved around 100 undiagnosed cases of rare genetic diseases in children, was awarded the Newton Prize winner for Thailand. A second Chairman’s Award for Thailand was also presented to a British Council Institutional Links project. The project established a UK-Thai network in shrimp health focused on knowledge exchange and capacity building, and challenging disease control in aquaculture. Watch the video in the below link the find out more.