Visiting Professorships (UK institutions)

The funding scheme Visiting Professorships from the Leverhulme Trust enables UK institutions to invite eminent researchers from abroad to enhance the skills and knowledge of its staff and students. Funding of up to 150,000 GBP are available per application and visiting professors may stay for 3-12 months. Applications from all subject areas are encouraged, with the exception … Read more

Leverhulme International Professorships (UK)

The Leverhulme International Professorships from the Leverhulme Trust provide funding for international recruitment at the professorial level by UK research institutions. Each UK university is eligible to apply for 1 candidate per year, and the candidate is expected to be an internationally renowned researcher in their discipline conducting innovative and impactful research. While most disciplines are eligible, … Read more

International Development Fund (microbiology)

The International Development Fund from the Microbiology Society provides funding for microbiologists in low-income or lower-middle-income economies (as defined by the World Bank) for a variety of activities, including scientific exchange and purchase of consumables or small equipment. Applicants must be members of the Society. The Fund provides up to 5000 GBP. There are two … Read more

Outreach Grants – Large Grants (chemistry in UK | Ireland)

The Outreach Grants from the Royal Society of Chemistry provide funding for individuals and organizations with an interest to share chemistry with the community. The funds may be used on projects that for example, develop science communication skills of chemists, or engage school students or public audiences. Funding is available to residents in the UK … Read more

Outreach Grants – Small Grants (chemistry in UK | Ireland)

The Outreach Grants from the Royal Society of Chemistry provide funding for individuals and organizations with an interest in sharing chemistry with the community. The funds may be used on projects that for example, develop science communication skills of chemists, or engage school students or public audiences. Funding is available to residents in the UK … Read more

Dr. Wilhelmy-GSO Travel Expenses Program (STEM job interviews in Germany)

The Dr. Wilhelmy-GSO Travel Expenses Program is supported by the German Scholars Organization (GSO) to facilitate the recruitment of international researchers to Germany by covering the travel costs associated with interviewing international candidates. The Program is open to the following institutions in Germany recruiting researchers from abroad in science, technology, engineering and medicine (STEM). public … Read more

Inclusion & Diversity Fund (chemistry)

The Inclusion & Diversity Fund from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) provides funding to support activities, products or research projects that promote inclusion and diversity in chemistry. Applications are open to everyone, including individuals, members of the RSC, or organizations such as universities, museums, libraries, etc. Up to 5000 GBP are available per successful … 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.

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the primary agency funded by the US government for biomedical and public health research. The Institutes provide extramural research funding for biomedical researchers, primarily in the USA and some awards for international researchers.

National Science Foundation (NSF)

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent US federal agency and is the provider of some 25% of all federally funded basic research grants. In many disciplines, such as mathematics, computer science and the social sciences, the NSF is the major source of federal funding. The NSF funds mostly US researchers and US-based projects, … Read more