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Grants and scholarships

Here we publish calls for proposals that come to the attention of the Faculty Office. You can also use the online database Research Professional. The database picks up calls for proposals for research funding from all over the world. Many members of staff are aware of it, but far from everyone. The first time you visit the database you need to set up your profile (using a computer with a physical connection to the LU network) and create a search for the areas that are of interest to you. You will then receive an email every Friday with current calls that match your search. Please contact tina.trollas [at] (Tina Trollås), Research Services, if you have any questions.


Apply for postdoc scholarships from NordForsk

NordForsk is inviting applications for postdoc scholarships aiming to stimulate a new generation of neutron researchers who can benefit from ESS. The application deadline is 30 August.

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Apply for funding for projects involving neutrons or synchrotron radiation

The Faculty of Science invites applications for strategic funding for research projects involving neutrons or synchrotron light. The application deadline is 5 May.

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Apply for funds from the EU project MAX4ESSFUN

During the year, you can apply for funds from the EU project MAX4ESSFUN. The project aims to promote interregional research collaborations in which neutron radiation and synchrotron light can be used. The application deadlines are 20 April, 25 August and 26 October. You can apply even if you have already been awarded a grant. Contact kajsa_m.paulsson [at] if you have any questions.

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Apply for scholarships for PhD studies in the USA

Doctoral students can now apply for Fulbright scholarships to study in the USA. Application deadline 24 April.

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Apply for grants from National Geographic

Researchers resident in Northern Europe can apply for grants from National Geographic through the Global Exploration Fund. The National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest non-profit organisations in science and education. Over 126 years, National Geographic has supported thousands of researchers, adventurers and conservationists. Their efforts, images and experiences have inspired and helped people to understand how serious the global challenges are.

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Tobias Nilsson
Scientific Officer, Faculty Office
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