ERA Net Nano Science Transnational Call for Proposals

Deadline: 19/05/2006

March 29, 2006

EPSRC is participating in the NanoSci-ERA, a Consortium of national research agencies, constituted under the ERA-Net scheme. The present Transnational Call for Collaborative Proposals, has an expected budget level of the order of €10 million over three years. The call is limited to proposals that focus on the generation of new knowledge on the fabrication, study or control and manipulation of individual nanoscale objects.

Details here
Contact: Matthew Ball
Address: The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Polaris House
North Star Avenue
Swindon
SN2 1ET
Telephone: 01793 44 4351
Email: Matthew.Ball@epsrc.ac.uk

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