Applications are invited for TWAS research grants available for a period of 18 months. Grants are awarded to high-level promising research projects in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics carried out by research consortia in the 81 S&T-lagging countries identified by TWAS. Applications from women scientists and those working in Least Developed Countries are especially encouraged. Research Grants to research consortia amount to a maximum of USD20,000. The deadline for receiving applications is 31 August.
Study Subject(s): Grants are awarded to high-level promising research projects in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics carried out by research consortia (formed by one or two collaborating groups to work on a common problem and possibly located within the same country or region) in the 81 S&T-lagging countries identified by TWAS.
Course Level: Grants are available for pursuing PhD research program.
Scholarship Provider: TWAS (supported by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and the Italian government)
Scholarship can be taken at: 81 S&T-lagging countries
What does it cover? Research Grants to research consortia amount to a maximum of USD20,000. The grants, which are normally provided for a period of 18 months, may be used to purchase scientific equipment, consumables and specialized literature (textbooks and proceedings only). They do not cover salaries of researchers and/or students, field expenses, or travel expenses. In addition, the purchase of laptops and laboratory animals is not supported.
Selection Criteria: Not Known
Notification: Please note that the assignment meetings of the TWAS Research Grants Committees will be held by March/April of the following year. Applicants will be notified of the outcome shortly after the meeting.
How to Apply: Applications should preferably be submitted by e-mail to mahdavi-at-twas.org. The first page of the application must bear the handwritten or electronic signatures of the applicant and the head of the applicant’s institution. Incomplete and/or unsigned applications cannot be considered. An ideal application consists of one e-mail message with one file that carries the applicant’s surname as filename and contains the completed signed application form, a 2-4 page curriculum vitae of each scientist working in the consortium and the full list of publications of all scientists (including graduate students) working for the consortium and who will be involved in undertaking the proposed research project.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The deadline for receiving applications is 31 August. It is strongly recommended that you do not wait until the deadline but submit the application as early as you can to enable us to process your application as quickly as possible.