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[Closes 14 March 2018] NSF-USDA-BBSRC Joint Funding Opportunity to Develop Breakthrough Ideas and Technologies to Advance Crop Breeding and Functional Genomics
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Biological Sciences Directorate (BIO), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the UK's Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have established a joint funding opportunity to support the development of breakthrough technologies that will enable significant advances in crop breeding. This opportunity aims to make high impact changes in the ability to translate basic knowledge of plant genomics to practical outcomes in crops of economic importance to the participating countries.
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[Closes 5 March 2018] 2018 CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Fellowships
The CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform (SynBioFSP) is pleased to announce the opening of the second round of CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Fellowships. The scheme aims to attract outstanding national and international early-career post-doctoral researchers (equivalent to Australian Academic Levels A and B, or in exceptional circumstances, Level C) to expand Australian research capacity in synthetic biology. A key element of the SynBio FSP is establishment of a collaborative community of practice extending across CSIRO and Australia more broadly, and linking into international efforts in the field. Research projects must demonstrate an ability to build Australian capacity in synthetic biology.
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Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund
Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund is available to assist with grants for the purpose of implementing innovative practice in any area of learning and teaching provision. £10,000–£20,000, deadline 22 January 2016.
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Open Science Prize seeks innovative ideas to advance open science
An opportunity to develop new products or services to harness the power of "big data" to improve health.
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Thought for Food (TFF) Global Challenge
The Thought for Food (TFF) Global Challenge is calling on young innovators to develop creative, bold solutions to address one of the world’s most important challenges: how to feed 9+ billion people by 2050.
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[Closes 30 May] CUTEC Bio-Hackathon - apply now!
With support from the SynBio Fund, CUTEC is hosting the UK’s first ever bio-focused “hackathon” in the University of Cambridge. Interdisciplinary teams will take on some of the greatest challenges facing biology.
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[Closes 29 April] Get help to improve your research software
If you write code as part of your research, then you can get help to improve it - free of charge - through the Software Sustainability Institute's Open Call for Projects. The call closes on April 29 2016.
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[Closes 5 June] Cambridge-Africa ALBORADA Research Fund: 2016 Call
The Cambridge-Africa ALBORADA Research Fund pairs researchers from Cambridge and sub-Saharan African institutions to initiate and/or strengthen research collaborations.
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[Closes 11 Oct 2017] Knowledge Frontiers: International Interdisciplinary Research Projects
The British Academy is inviting proposals from UK-based researchers across all disciplines within the social sciences and humanities to develop international interdisciplinary research projects with development impact, in collaboration with colleagues from the natural, engineering and/or medical sciences.
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[Closes 24 Nov 2107] Apply now to the OpenPlant Fund!
The OpenPlant Fund is now open to proposals for innovative, open and interdisciplinary projects relevant to plant or in vitro Synthetic Biology. Projects run for six months and can include biological research, hardware prototyping, software, outreach, policy work and training.
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