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Call for Proposals

OR Tambo Africa Research Chairs Initiative- Closing date: Thursday 21st February 2019

The National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Africa in partnership with the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation, and supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada, are pleased to announce the OR Tambo Africa Research Chairs Call for Expressions of Interest by African public research-intensive universities. Click here for further information 

Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme - Closing Date: Friday, 1st February 2019

The Olympic Studies Centre (OSC) grant programme aims to promote advanced research with a humanities or social sciences perspective by established researchers in priority fields of research identified annually by the IOC. The 2019/2020 edition has eleven (11) priority fields of research, candidates seeking so submit applications should ensure their proposals are directly linked to any one of the priority areas. Click here for further information.

 KENETS Call for Proposal Computational Modelling and Material Science Mini-Grants- Closing Date: Friday 15th February 2019 

KENET is currently supporting the Engineering and Computer Science/Information Systems SIGs which have previously benefited from similar mini grants. We plan to create SIGs in Agriculture and Medicine in 2019.
This Call for Proposals for mini-grants is intended to promote early stage research and development in current and emerging research areas, as well as strengthen the SIG on Computational Modeling and Materials Science (CMMS). The mini-grants target early stage research, enabling researchers to undertake proof-of-concept work to support R&D ideas and concepts. Click here for further information 





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