The Euraxess July newsletter is promoting the following opportunities that are relevant to Bournemouth University:
Brazilian State Funding Agencies, articulated by its National Council (CONFAP), have launched a call for proposals offering support to researchers based in UK Universities and Research Institutions to spend from two weeks to four years working in research in Brazil, in collaboration with local colleagues.
The call offers support for researchers in the UK through:
b) Research Mobility Grants
c) Young Investigator Grants comprising a scholarship plus a research funding grant.
These Newton Fund activities offer an opportunity for UK researchers to develop the strengths and capabilities of their research groups through training, collaboration and reciprocal visits with a partner in some of the best research groups in the Brazil.
The second round of applications is now open and will close on 23 October 2015.
Do you have links with an Early Stage Researcher based in ASEAN, Brazil, China, India, Japan or North America? Then direct them to this scheme. First prize is a free trip to Europe, a one-day science communication workshop and a meeting with European Commission representatives in Brussels, Belgium, and a meeting at a European research institution of their choice! Closing dates are in September but applicants will need to check the information for their region.
TECO “Technological Eco-Innovations for the Quality Control of Polluted Waters and Soils” is a new project funded by the European Union and coordinated by the Italian National Research Council (CNR) with the partnership of the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI – India).
The goal of TECO is to improve and promote collaborations between Europe and India in the field of environmental sustainability.
Grants are provided for the mobility of European researchers, engineers and experts to spend up to three months in Indian research institutes or private companies to open new professional collaborations and to develop innovative ideas in the field of new technologies applied to the decontamination of waters and soils.
The deadline is 15 September 2015. The mobility program will start from January 2016.
There are currently 24 opportunities listed as open for applications by the Newton fund.
Locations include: Egypt, India,Indonesia,Kazakhstan,Mexico,Philippines,South Africa,Vietnam, Brazil, Turkey and Chile. A wide range of disciplines is also represented, from Agriculture to Rapid Urbanisation.
Newton Advanced Fellowships provide early to mid-career international researchers with an opportunity to develop their research strengths and capabilities, and those of their group or network, through training, collaboration and visits with a partner in the UK.
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