The Belmont Forum, in collaboration with Future Earth and JPI Oceans has launched the previously pre-announced Collaborative Research Action (CRA) call aimed at at bringing together researchers and other expertise across the globe to innovate solutions to accelerate sustainable use of oceans and minimize the effects from global change.
PEGASuS 2: Ocean Sustainability is an open call for research projects that focus on synthesis research for ocean sustainability. Based on the successful model implemented by NCEAS, PEGASuS 2 will support up to four separate working groups to be based at NCEAS in Santa Barbara, California. Additionally, one postdoctoral fellow will be supported to engage with selected research teams.
Thematic areas for this solicitation were developed through a global scoping process lead by Future Earth, followed by additional consultations co-lead by Future Earth and the Belmont Forum.
Call for Nominations are open for the L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Awards 2019. The award aims to ensure that the best female researchers from each continent are recognized and rewarded for their scientific excellence. For the first time, the 2019 Awards will designate five outstanding researchers in the Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science, each working in one of the following regions: Africa and the Arab States, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America & North America.
The Belmont Forum has launched a call for "Science-based e-Infrastructure Innovation" (SEI) to improve the use of transnational, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary data in research on environmental change.
The Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium (ARICE) has opened a call inviting ship-time proposals requesting access to PRV Polarstern, CCGS Amundsen and RV Sikuliaq in the Arctic Ocean to carry out ship-based research activities within any field of marine science.
The Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) has opened two calls through the Marine and Coastal Science for Management (MASMA) programme. These calls both have application deadlines of 15 June 2018.
The first of these calls is a call for research proposals. These proposals can receive funding of up to $330,000, and these will be awarded to researchers who carry out research in the Western Indian Ocean region. The second advertised call is for proposals to support organizations of training courses/workshops and Publications of books/manuals.
The EKLIPSE network is looking for individuals to submit an idea for a seminar, short course, or other forms of educational material or training events for capacity training. EKLIPSE encourages community training providers to submit a proposal to EKLIPSE to receive support regarding the organisation, expertise and/or facilitation necessary for a successful event.
The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is currently accepting nominations for the 2018 Young Researchers Award. This annual programme aims to foster innovative research and discovery in biodiversity informatics by graduate students whose master’s and doctoral studies rely on GBIF-mediated data.
A pilot project, 'Science Meets Parliament / Science Meets Regions' is being funded by the European Parliament in 2018. This call for expression of interest wants to bring together partners to organise events under the full ownership of the relevant authorities. The commission is exploring the possibility of funding up to 28 different events with up to €30,000 in funding.
The Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) is responsible for the implementation of the open call for proposals for Research and Innovation Actions (RIAs), Innovation Actions (IAs - DEMOs and FLAGs) and Coordination and Support Actions (CSAs), in line with the Horizon 2020 rules for participation. The call has recently opened, and will remain so until September.
This call is the fifth in a total of seven calls between 2014 and 2020. The Call comprises of four main strategic orientations: Feedstock, Process, Products, and Market uptake.