In collaboratoin with FAPESP, The University of Nottingham and the University of Birmingham are again funding a scheme for pump priming research with researchers in Sao Paulo. This follws the success of previous rounds of funding, which saw a number of researchers establish collaborations with universities across the state of Sao Paulo.
The scheme will fund successful applications for up to £40,000 over a two-year period and is open to researchers across all disciplines. We encourage submissions from both early stage career researchers and established academics. Please follow the link below for full details on the funding scheme.
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