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Funding for Seed Meetings - deadline for applications is on 30th November at 5 pm

last modified Oct 30, 2015 04:20 PM

One of our missions is to foster Franco-British scientific collaboration networks with a European perspective. To achieve this, the Department provides the logistics and financial support, through its seed meeting programme, for a 2-day meeting in London for a maximum of 20 scientists to meet, exchange and discuss priorities and strategy for a collaborative project. Each project must be led by an existing collaboration between a scientist from a French research institution and a scientist from a British research institution. The additional partners can be based in other EU countries or ERA associated countries.

The deadline for applications for this call is on 30th November at 5 pm; it will support up to 3 projects for meetings taking place during the first semester of 2016. All submitted scientific projects will be evaluated for excellence and relevance. Priority will be given to physical sciences, life sciences and computer sciences.

 

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