24 September, 2015 17:57

RSF to support international teams in the joint Russian-Indian program


The Russian Science Foundation launches the competition designed to support international research teams. The competition is run jointly with India's Department of Science and Technology (DST).

The grants will be awarded to basic and applied research projects in 8 branches of science: mathematics; computer ans systems sciences; physics and space sciences; chemistry and materials science; biology and life sciences; basic medical research; agricultural sciences; Earth sciences; engineering sciences.

The Russian contribution per grant will range from RUR 4 to 6 million annually, and the projects should be implemented in 2016-2018. The winners will be announced in April 2016.

Proposals are accepted until 21 December, 2015. More information is available in the Competitions section of this website.

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