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Building Partnerships of Equals - UKCDS
  • 21.04.2017
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Building Partnership of Equals

This is the first report to explore the essential role that funders are playing throughout the research lifecycle to select and build partnerships of equals. It draws on discussion with over thirty international funders to provide an overview of current models, practices and challenges.
  • 13.04.2017
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Southeast Asia – Europe Joint Funding Scheme

The SNSF is participating in the first call for proposals within the scope of the Southeast Asia – Europe Joint Funding Scheme. The objective of the Joint Funding Scheme (JFS) is to bring together Southeast Asian and European researchers and innovators and allow them to collaborate on topics of mutual interest.
  • 09.04.2017
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SNIS Award 2017 for the best PhD thesis in international studies

The 2017 edition of SNIS Award that rewards the best PhD thesis in international studies received in a Swiss university is now open for entries.
AESA-RISE Postdoctoral Programme
  • 05.04.2017
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AAS-AESA announces US$2 million investment to boost Africa’s scientific capacity

The investment is for postdoctoral researchers to support globally competitive research in African universities and contribute to the creation of knowledge-based economies on the continent.
Scientific exchanges (SNSF)
  • 04.04.2017
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Scientific Exchanges: new funding scheme for international events and visits

The SNSF is optimising its support for international exchanges between researchers by merging its existing funding schemes Scientific conferences, International Exploratory Workshops and International Short Visits into one.
Photo EAWAG
  • 29.03.2017
  • Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
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Understanding behaviour change

Changing people’s behaviour is no easy matter. Hans-Joachim Mosler of Eawag’s Environmental Social Sciences has developed a method that has been shown to promote behaviour change.

KFPE Newsletter March 2017