Call now open – JSPS Pathway to University Positions in Japan Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) is the leading funding agency in Japan to support fundamental research across all fields. Our Pathway to University Positions in Japan Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers provides the opportunity for researchers based outside of Japan to conduct collaborative research activities with leading research groups at Japanese Universities and Research Institutions. JSPS will fund the initial 12 to 24 months of the visit and the fellowship thereafter is designed to lead to full-time employment at the host institution. Eligible applicants need to be within 10 years of finishing their PhD. Eligible research fields are not limited.
Please visit the JSPS London website here for further information:
Application Deadline: Friday 4th September 2015
Fellowships must start between 1 April to 30 November 2016.
Securing research funding is always a fiercely competitive process.
Whilst there’s no changing the degree of competition, expert advice from reviewers and researchers can make a big difference to the quality of your application and may well increase your chances of success. The Guardian recently published a useful summary of top tips for funding applications to help you through the process. It’s definitely worth a look and provides a further reminder of the benefits of talking to others especially those in your field who have already successfully navigated their way through the process.
We meet a fair few researchers who are interested in using their scientific knowledge to inspire and inform other people about science. Often times, these researchers are looking to move away from life at the bench, and try something a bit different. When we saw an advert for the Josh Award, we knew that this could be a great boost to researchers looking to kick start a career in science communication. The deadline is 17th April; details below! Read the rest of this entry »
Independent Research Fellowships
At the John Innes Centre, we are actively encouraging Independent Research Fellows to undertake their fellowships at JIC, where they can benefit from our outstanding facilities. Read the rest of this entry »
ASSISTID, the research programme in Assistive Technologies for Intellectual Disability and Autism, has opened the 1st fellowships call for experienced researchers, with a deadline of 30 November 2014.
ASSISTID project is co-funded by the European Commission FP7 Marie Curie Actions and the Irish charity RESPECT. With a budget of 9 million euro, it is the largest programme of its kind in Europe and will train experienced researchers in the skills necessary to make a difference in the lives of people with autism and intellectual disability through improved communication, social inclusion and education. Read the rest of this entry »
“MOVE-IN Louvain” Incoming post-doc Fellowships is a new transnational fellowship programme developed by the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) in partnership with the Université de Namur (UNamur) and the Université Saint-Louis (ULS-B) with the support of the European Commission (Marie Curie actions).
In line with the European Research Area (ERA) objectives, the programme’s goal is to create favourable conditions for transnational mobility of highly skilled researchers. In respect for the EURAXESS principles, fellows will be selected through a transparent selection process carried out, notably, by independent experts.
The programme will last 5 years, issuing 3 calls for proposals. Depending on the duration of the stay of the candidates retained for funding, about 53 fellowships will be granted per call.
The first call for proposals, which is now open, will be closed on 1st January 2015.
Further information: http://www.uclouvain.be/en-movein.html
The Andalusian Knowledge Agency (AAC) of The Regional Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment in Andalusia launches ANDALUCÍA TALENT HUB FELLOWSHIPS offering two-year fellowships, co-financed by the Marie Curie Program of the European Union, to experienced researchers.