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Fördermöglichkeiten für deutsch-indische Grundlagenforschungsprojekte in den Lebenswissenschaften

Stichtag: fortlaufend bis zum 31.12.2019 Programmausschreibungen

Das Department für Biotechnologie (DBT) am Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Technologie der indischen Regierung und die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) geben bekannt, dass ab sofort Teams aus indischen und deutschen Forschenden eine synchronisierte Finanzierung für integrierte indisch-deutsche Grundlagenforschungsprojekte mit einer Dauer von bis zu drei Jahren beantragen können. Vorschläge können bis zum 31.12.2019 jederzeit – stets bei DFG und DBT parallel – eingereicht werden.

The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) wish to inform the Indian and German scientific communities that effective immediately, it is possible for teams of Indian and German researchers to seek synchronised funding for integrated Indo-German cutting-edge fundamental research projects proposing innovative approaches in the academic disciplines covered by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, with a duration of up to three years.

DBT and DFG expect that proposals submitted under this funding initiative describe ambitious projects of curiosity-driven research, which do not just benefit from but essentially require international collaboration to achieve the defined objectives. The basis for this funding initiative is the Programme of Cooperation signed by the two agencies on 25 October 2012.

Proposals must be written in English and clearly marked as DBT-DFG proposals. They can be submitted at any time of the year but have to be submitted to both DFG and to DBT in parallel in accordance with the proposal preparation requirements of each side, respectively. While conforming to the different respective regulations, forms and submission procedures of the two agencies, the project descriptions must be identical in their substance. As the projects must be fully integrated Indo-German research projects, it is expected that the proposals contain detailed information about the mode and essentiality of collaboration between the Indian and the German side.

Submission of proposals under this funding opportunity will be possible at any time starting immediately. The funding opportunity shall remain open until 31 December 2019; DFG and DBT may issue an extension in due course.

Quelle: DFG Redaktion: von Miguel Krux, VDI Technologiezentrum GmbH Länder / Organisationen: Indien Themen: Förderung Lebenswissenschaften

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