Research field: Biological Sciences - Biotechnology
I am a senior lecturer at Addis Ababa Science and Technology University. Interested in waste water treatment research.Together with a UK researcher and other colleagues, we have developed a proposal on water sanitation and would like to invited African researchers. please mail ; firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to inform you that group is now being moved to LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=7418675&trk=anet_ug_hm)following the opening of the Programme Grants round today.
We request current Mendely group members to register on LinkedIn (free to sign up to) and join the LinkedIn RS-DFID group for Networking purposes.
The 1st round of the Programme Grants is now open and you can find further information regarding it on our website http://royalsociety.org/grants/schemes/africa-capacity-building/
Thank you for joining the Royal Society-DFID Africa Capacity Building Initiative group on Mendeley. I would like to take this opportunity to inform potential applicants (UK partners) and co-applicants (sub-Saharan African partners) that the Network Grants deadline for approved applications is Thursday 04 April 2013. All applications MUST be commenced on the Royal Society eGAP2 database by the UK partner and he/she would need to contact the Royal Society (Panafrica.email@example.com) to request a code to commence an application. For further information please refer to the scheme notes (http://royalsociety.org/grants/schemes/africa-capacity-building/).
The University of Stellenbosch – (South Africa)
The International Center for Water Economics and Governance in Africa (IWEGA - Mozambique)
The University of Kwa-Zulu Natal – (South Africa)
University of the Western Cape - (South Africa)
The University of Malawi
The University of Zambia (UNZA)
University of Botswana
CSIR’s Natural Resources and the Environment Unit - (South Africa)
please visit our website for more info and contact me at (firstname.lastname@example.org) should you be interested
Sincerely and all the best
This Royal Society-DFID Africa Capacity Building Initiative is for scientists who want to develop collaborative research consortia between scientists in sub-Saharan Africa, in co-operation with a research institution in the UK. You may use this group to network with other scientists in order to establish research consortia suitable for the programme. Please post information about your research interests and describe the partnership you are seeking.