Grants

  • International Travel Support (ITS)

    Economy class air-fare by shortest route, airport-tax and visa fees …

    ITS scheme is designed to provide financial assistance for presenting a research paper or chairing a session or delivering a keynote address in an international scientific event (conference/seminar/symposium/workshop etc.). In addition, support is also provided to young scientists (age limit 35 years as on date of conference) for attending training …



  • DMM Conference Travel Grants

    Maximum funding is set at £400 within the home country …

    DMM Conference Travel Grants are aimed at early career scientists wanting to attend scientific meetings, conferences, workshops and courses relating to the areas of research covered by the journal. Each application will be judged on the excellence of the candidate and any work being presented in a talk or poster. Note: We …


  • Small Meeting Grants

    The Company of Biologists will consider applications for a grant towards the cost of running a small meeting within the fields of our journals. This would normally be a small budget, local meeting. Applications for support for aspects of large meetings will not be considered for a Small Meeting Grants. …


  • Travelling Fellowships

    £2,500 or currency equivalent

    The Company of Biologists’ journals – Development, Journal of Cell Science, Journal of Experimental Biology and Disease Models & Mechanisms – offer Travelling Fellowships of up to £2,500 or currency equivalent to graduate students and post-doctoral researchers wishing to make collaborative visits to other laboratories. These are designed to offset the cost of travel and other …



  • The Campus Fellows Program

    The Fellowship provides a consolidated salary of Rs. 90,000 per month as well …

    The Campus Fellows Program is targeted at postdoctoral scientists of exceptional talent, and provides them broad independence and support to carry out their research in a host laboratory at NCBS or inStem. Fellows are expected to drive new research directions in their host laboratories, and to establish themselves as independent …


  • EMBO Young Investigator Programme

    Detailed information about the benefits are listed in our programme guide …

    Through the Young Investigator Programme, European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) identifies and supports some of the best young researchers in the life sciences. EMBO Young Investigators are group leaders in the early stages of setting up an independent laboratory in EMBC Member or Associate Member States. They receive financial and …


  • DBT Energy Biosciences Overseas Fellowships and DBT Energy Biosciences Chairs

    For Overseas Fellowship 

    Fellowship: Rs. 85,000 p.m.+ HRA (7500 p.m.)Research/Contingency grant: …

    Department of Biotechnology is running  this scheme for scientists of Indian origin working in the field of Energy Biosciences (including Biofuels, Bioenergy etc.).DBT Energy Biosciences Overseas Fellowships  aims to bring back young scientists of Indian origin working overseas and who are desirous of returning to India and pursuing, complementing and enhancing quality of …


  • Call for Joint Applications from Doctoral Fellows and Industry to Prime Minister’s Fellowship scheme for Doctoral Research

    Up to 100 research projects would be supported in a …

    The scheme is for supporting aspiring PhD scholars with double scholarship (up to Rs. 8.7 lakh per annum--amount subject to revision as per current JRF/SRF slabs), 50% of which will be provided by government and balance 50% by a sponsoring industry, for doing research for four years and the research fellow will receive …


  • SwarnaJayanti Fellowships

    The support will cover all the requirements for performing the …

    Government of India had instituted a scheme titled “SwarnaJayanti Fellowships” to commemorate India’s fiftieth year of Independence. Under this scheme a selected number ofyoung scientists, with excellent track record, are provided special assistance and support to enable them to pursue research in frontier areas of science and technology. The fellowship is scientist specific …


  • DBT-Netherlands joint call for proposals on Technology for a Sustainable Healthcare: Minimally invasive techniques

    A budget up to € 1.470.000,- is available for the …

    IntroductionThe Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) / the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw) will open a joint call for proposals in December 2016. The topic of the call is Technology for a Sustainable Healthcare: Minimally invasive techniques. …