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[Closes 14 May] Mozilla Fellowship for Open Science

last modified Apr 26, 2017 03:44 PM
The SynBio SRI promotes open technologies for research among early-career researchers through events programmes and grants. The Mozilla Fellowships for Open Science are an excellent opportunity for ECRs who are working to advance Open Access, Open Source or Open Science in their research and want to step up their involvement.

The Mozilla Science Lab recently launched their third annual Mozilla Fellowship for Science call for applications. These paid fellowships are designed to promote open access/source/science in research programs globally, funding a few qualified individuals for 10 months of research in their local institutions and life/natural/physical science departments.

One Fellowship has been awarded to a Cambridge researcher in each of the last two rounds: Richard Smith-Unna in 2015 and Kirstie Whittaker in 2016 (more information on the Fellows here), so further applications to continue this record are much encouraged.

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The deadline to apply is May 14th:

https://science.mozilla.org/programs/fellowships.

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