Royal Society

Deadline: 01/09/2002
September 29, 2003

This scheme supports joint projects between two individuals or two research groups, one in the UK and one in another European country, over a period of two years. Funds are provided to cover international travel and subsistence for both project teams up to £6000 per annum between them, to include up to £1000 for consumables.

The funding provided is small scale and may be seen as seed money for larger, long-term collaboration and further development. Applications may build on already existing collaborations.

Details here
Contact: International Exchanges Section
Telephone: 020 7451 2555
Email: Europe@royalsoc.ac.uk

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