British Council, Hungary

Deadline: 10/01/2003
September 29, 2003

The purpose of the programme is to help develop scientific and technical collaboration between British and Hungarian research groups, especially where this leads to wider partnerships within Europe and with EU funding. Research groups from public sector institutions of higher education and research may apply. Each proposal must have a named British and Hungarian project coordinator.

Subject priorities will include;

Genetics and biotechnology
Information technology
Material sciences
Food safety and health risks
Environmental protection and sustainable development
Engineering
Natural sciences
Medical research

Details here
Contact: Eva Salamon - Science Assistant
Address: British Council Hungary
1068 Budapest
Benczúr u. 26
Hungary
Telephone: +36 1 478 4744
Fax: +36 1 342 5728
Email: eva.salamon@britishcouncil.hu

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