Plant Adaptation: grants for short visits

Deadline: 01/05/2001
March 12, 2001

As part of the programme’s activities, grants for short visits for doctoral students and for visits for post-doctoral fellows are being offered to enable scientists working in the field of plant adaptation to travel to a laboratory in another European country.

To be considered for a grant a candidate has to:undertake work applicable to the programme; apply for a stay in a laboratory in a European country other than the country of origin; young scientists without a PhD may apply for visits of one to six months; postdoctoral fellows may apply for visits up to a year; priority is given to first time applicants and to first time host laboratories.

All applications must be supported by a letter of recommendation from someone familiar with the candidate's work and a letter of acceptance from the collaborator/supervisor at the receiving institute. Full details online.
Contact: Joanne Dalton Goetz
Address: Life & Environmental Sciences, European Science Foundation, 1 quai Lezay-Marnésia, 67080 Strasbourg Cedex, France
Telephone: +33 3 88 76 7122 Fax: +33 3 88 37 0532
Email: jdalton@esf.org

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