British Council through Newton Bhabha Fund in collaboration with Department of Biotechnology (DBT) announces Researcher Links Workshop Grant 2020 which is designed to promote international development-relevant research and professional development of early career researchers. The programme gives financial support to bring together a UK and India cohort of early career researchers in a workshop with a potential for long term sustainability.
Who can apply for Workshop Grant?
- Not-for-profit higher education institutions or publicly-funded research organisations that have Leading or Established Researchers are eligible to apply as Lead institutions.
- Leading or Established Researchers from above mentioned category of institutions can apply to be Principal Applicants (as defined by the European Commission –for further clarity click here).
- Each proposal must have two Principal Applicants, one from UK, and one from India.
Applications are invited in the following areas:
a.Agriculture and allied areas
b.Environment and Circular Bio-economy
c.Biotechnology-education: research/policy for accelerated development of the sector
e.Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning
Topics of priority within each of the above area are available here.
For more information click here.