Public Engagement Grant (genetics)

The Public Engagement Grant from The Genetics Society provides funding for geneticists to cover costs for travel and materials associated with public engagement activities. Grants are available to members of the Society to cover costs associated with travel and materials for public engagement activities relevant to genetics. Funding of up to 5000 GBP are available … Read more

Conference Grant 2022 (Swedish researchers)

The Conference Grant 2022 provided by FORTE: Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare facilitates academic networking among Swedish researchers and with international colleagues. Conference organizers may apply for up to 300,000 SEK in funding at any time. The new final closing date for 2022 is October 26, 2022.

Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators (life sciences)

The Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators is funded by Eppendorf and Nature to recognize young investigators based on methods of molecular biology, including novel analytical concepts. Applicants must be 35 years of age or younger and conducting research in Europe. The Award includes 20,000 EUR in prize money. Applications open on October 1 every … Read more

IADR Colgate Research in Prevention Travel Awards (dental students worldwide)

The IADR Colgate Research in Prevention Travel Awards funded by the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) and Colgate provide financial support for dental students to attend the IADR General Session. Applicants must be young investigators up to 5 years post-graduation from dental, dental hygiene, specialty training, or pre-PhD. Applicants must not have already obtained … Read more

Initiation Grants for Internationalisation of Swedish Researchers

The Initiation Grants for Internationalisation from the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT) are for researchers based at Swedish higher education institutions to form international collaborations with colleagues outside of the EU/EFTA and UK. Funds of up to 150,000 SEK may be used for e.g. short or long-term exchange or organization of … Read more

Newsom-Davis Visiting Fellowships (developing countries neurology)

The Newsom-Davis Visiting Fellowships from The Guarantors of Brain support short-term training of neurologists from developing nations, including those from Eastern Europe (in former Warsaw pact countries) at a UK Clinical Neurology department. Applicants must be currently based in Eastern Europe or countries eligible for Official Development Assistance (on the OECD’s List of ODA Recipients). The … Read more

Brain Global Neurology (UK neurology)

The Brain Global Neurology from The Guarantors of Brain supports UK-based neurologists in their pro bono work towards teaching and research in low income countries. Applicants may apply for funding to cover travel and accommodation costs for up to 5000 GBP for trips in the range of 2-4 weeks. There are two application closing dates per year: February … Read more

Travel Grant (non-European biomedicine)

The Travel Grants funded by Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds support junior researchers (PhD and MD students, postdocs) in biomedicine worldwide to learn new techniques at another laboratory, or by attending practical courses. Applicants who are European citizens may use the funds for training anywhere in the world; non-European applicants must use the funds for training in … Read more

Great Apes & Gibbons Grants

The Great Apes & Gibbons Grants from the Arcus Foundation supports programs that achieve conservation and respect for the great and small apes. Through this funding program, the Foundation aims to: Reconcile socio-economic development and conservation activities in priority ape landscapes; Build an effective movement of institutions and leadership addressing current and emerging threats to … Read more

Carter Manny Award (architecture PhD USA | Canada)

The Carter Manny Award is provided by the Graham Foundation to support architectural PhD students in the USA or Canada. The projects must focus on architecture and may be within the academic disciplines that align with the mission of the Foundation, including architecture and architectural history; art and art history; design; engineering; landscape architecture; urbanism; … Read more