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We shine a spotlight on funding opportunities available through the Horizon Europe programme, the Wellcome Trust and the British Council. We also introduce you to MSCA postdoctoral fellow, Peggy Assinck from Canada.
This month's content includes an interview with MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow and links to resources including an applicant guide to Horizon Europe funding.
Read how a UK-Pakistan research team is engaging in fruitful international collaboration via MS Teams, as well as an interview with a conservation communicator who offers her tips for impactful campaigns.
This month's newsletter features news of an initiative to support Scottish and European research projects, plus details of a new climate science-themed competitition and training event by the British Council.
We also feature a new UKRO factsheet on potential visa options for researchers coming to the UK
May 2021 Euraxess newsletter
In this edition, we look at a recent study into women in science in Egypt, and how business owners can use Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions to boost growth.
April 2021 Euraxess newsletter
This month, read about Vivian Petersen Wagner, a Research Fellow and recipient of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Fellowship at the University of Sheffield's School of Dentistry. Discover what advice Vivian has for anyone thinking about applying for an MSCA or other fellowship.
March 2021 Euraxess newsletter
In our March edition, read about Dr Leila Moura, a Research Fellow at Queen's University Belfast, and discover the advice she has for early career researchers.
In this newsletter, we share five top tips for submitting an excellent grant proposal and highlight some upcoming application deadlines.
To see in the new year, we explain how employers can post job vacancies on the EURAXESS portal, and highlight an opportunity for emerging research leaders to form a Climate Change Cohort in the run-up to COP26 in November 2021.
This month we asked all our subscribers to complete a survey to identify key training needs of researchers. We also announced the winner of FameLab International 2020 - Sauradeep Majumdar - and shared his winning talk.
In November we celebrated World Science Day and highlighted a number of opportunities through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSC) Innovative Training Networks.
How does adaptive technology affect our lives? We find out in this month's newsletter, where we also explore how Egyptian researchers are battling liver cancer through support from the Newton-Mosharafa Fund.
Learn about upcoming Newton Fund opportunities with Egypt and India, the new format for FameLab 2020, and research from a FameLab Brazil participant working to treat Covid-19.
In our latest newsletter, learn about more Newton Fund opportunities with Malaysia and Egypt, and how a computer scientist used his knowledge in the study of meerkats in the Kalahari desert.
Find out about the Newton-Bhabha Fund for UK and Indian researchers and changes to the UK's Tier 4 visa in our July edition.
In this month's newsletter, hear about the remaining Newton Fund deadlines, including the Newton-Bhabha Fund aimed at Indian and UK researchers.
Here you will find out about the 2020 Newton Fund grant opportunitie and a researcher workshop in Russia.
In our April newsletter we tell you about all the upcoming Newton Fund grant opportunities and we take a look back at research which helped protect poultry against influenza.
The latest bulletin gives you an update on the current COVID-19 crisis. We also meet some of the women in STEM traineeships in the IAESTE programme for International Women's Day, and we tell you about upcoming Newton Fund opportunities.
This month we celebrate #WomenInScienceDay by featuring articles about women in the world of STEM.
In our first edition of 2020 we welcome in the new year with the 2019 Newton Prize winners, an opportunity to participate at a global health workshop and we hear about the sustainable uses of algae.
In our last bulletin of 2019 we look at the #ideaschangelives competition, FameLab 2020 and an article about where art and science meet.