TWAS Research Grants for nationals of developing countries
TWAS offers 2 types of grants (individuals or groups) for nationals of developing countries thanks to support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Deadline to apply 22 April 2019.
|Geographical coverage||Developing countries|
|Keywords||Grants, research, biology|
The TWAS Research Grants Programme in Basic Sciences aims to:
- Reinforce and promote scientific research in basic sciences in developing countries;
- Strengthen developing countries' endogenous capacity in science;
- Reduce the exodus of scientific talents from the South;
- Build and sustain units of scientific excellence in S&TLC over a longer period to help them achieve a critical mass of highly qualified and innovative scientists capable of addressing real-life problems facing their countries.
TWAS Research Grants Programme in Basic Sciences (Individuals)
Under this scheme, grants are awarded to promising high-level research projects in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics carried out by individual scientists in one of the S&T-lagging countries identified by TWAS.
See website for conditions.