Integrated Ocean Drilling Program

Deadline: 01/05/2006
March 6, 2006

Applications are invited for the NERC IODP research grants. Which support UK membership in the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program. For scientists to capitalize on the results of drilling and Technologies, allowing them to benefit from technological advances in deep sea drilling. The maximum funding that may be sought is £25,000 for the total Directly Incurred costs (i.e. the limit applies to 100% of costs under this heading). In addition, NERC will have to pay the standard proportion (i.e. 80%) of Directly Allocated and Indirect Costs.

Details here
Contact: Heather Stewart
Address: Natural Environment Research Council
Polaris House, North Star Avenue
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01793 411500
Fax: 01793 411501

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