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International exchanges scheme for the UK scientists,
who want to stimulate new collaborations with leading scientists overseas
through either a one-off visit or bilateral travel is currently open: The Royal Society - Royal Society of Chemistry International Exchanges
Award Thanks to the support of the Royal Society of
Chemistry additional grants are available ...
The Royal Society and National Research Foundation,
Singapore, are working together to organize the next Commonwealth Science
Conference in Singapore on 13-16 June 2017.
The conference will bring together leading scientists
to showcase the best science from across the Commonwealth, celebrate excellence
in science, and provide opportunities for cooperation between researchers in
different Commonwealth ...
Trilateral Workshops bring together early career
researchers from the UK and two partner countries, to allow them to make
international connections that can improve the quality of their research. The
specific partner countries for this call are Brazil and Uruguay. The workshops
are led by senior researchers from each of the countries involved....
EPSRC has up to £5M available to
support collaborative, international, and problem-driven projects which address
the human dimensions of cyber security. We are inviting proposals which
address the challenges identified at the ‘Human Dimensions of Cyber Security’
(HDoCS) workshop in 2014: 1. Design, build and measure 2. A theory of everyone
3. Risk, trust ...
aims of Science Learning+ are to strengthen the research and knowledge base;
bridge the practice and research gap; and/or share knowledge and experience in
informal science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) experiences.
Furthermore, the initiative seeks to support practice-based research which
falls within or across the following priority areas: understanding
learning; engagement in STEM; skills development; ...
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