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23 January 2018 г.

Call Opening: 23 January 2018

Deadline for Applications: 15 March 2018 (individual grants)/ 22 March 2018 (small team leaders)

Project Duration: 2 (individual grants)/ 3+2 (small team leaders) years

Subject Areas: all fields of fundamental research

Max grant size: 1.5 million rubles (individual grants)/ 5 million rubles (small team leaders) yearly

Conditional relocation/mobility bonus (individual grants): 500 000 rubles.

Eligibility:

18 December 2017 г.

The second RSF-DFG joint call for proposals was launched in September 2016 and attracted almost 60 proposals in life sciences and social sciences and humanities. The selection of winners was based on the results of the peer-review that was organized by both funders independently. The size of one grant from the RSF will amount 4 to 6 million rubles annually. Projects are designed for 3 years and will start as early as in January 2018.

More detailed information about this call and the list of winners are available in the "Calls for proposals" menu section.

15 December 2017 г.

The call attracted more than 30 proposals representing all 9 research areas in the RSF classifier. The selection of winners was based on the results of the peer-review that was organized by both funders independently. The size of one grant from the RSF will amount 4 to 6 million rubles annually. Projects are designed for 3 years and will start as early as in January 2018.

More detailed information about this call and the list of winners are available in the "Calls for proposals" menu section.

11 December 2017 г.

Russian Science Foundation and the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (MOST) have committed to award 5 grants to five collaborative research projects.

30 November 2017 г.

Russian Science Foundation was invited by the German embassy to participate in the internatinal symposium organized by the German Embassy in Moscow jointly with the Helmholtz Centre
Potsdam GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences on 26 November 2017, providing young sciensists with the first hand-information on career and funding opportunities for research in

30 November 2017 г.
Russian Researchers Find Way to Combat Resistance to Antibiotics in Diseases

Other states are also researching ways to combat antibiotic resistance, but they have not been able to yield any positive results yet, according to a Russian scientist.

Researchers from Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University have proposed blocking bacterial antibiotic resistance by using small proteins called peptide inhibits (blocking agents).

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