[FRANCE] Post-doctoral positions at the Cancer Research Center of Lyon (CRCL)

[FRANCE] Post-doctoral positions at the Cancer Research Center of Lyon (CRCL)

[FRANCE] Post-doctoral positions at the Cancer Research Center of Lyon (CRCL)

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The Cancer Research Center of Lyon (CRCL, UMR Inserm 1052 – CNRS 5286 – Centre Léon Bérard CRCL) is seeking for excellent candidates for the following positions:

You can find all the available positions here: https://www.crcl.fr/en/job-offers/

[SINGAPORE] CNRS teams up with A*STAR, NTU and NUS to launch new S$56 million hybrid artificial intelligence programme

[SINGAPORE] CNRS teams up with A*STAR, NTU and NUS to launch new S$56 million hybrid artificial intelligence programme

[SINGAPORE] CNRS teams up with A*STAR, NTU and NUS to launch new S$56 million hybrid artificial intelligence programme

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CNRS teams up with A*STAR, NTU and NUS to launch new S$56 million hybrid artificial intelligence programme

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[FRANCE] Post-doctoral positions ISAE-SUPAERO / AIRBUS

[FRANCE] Post-doctoral positions ISAE-SUPAERO / AIRBUS

[FRANCE] Post-doctoral positions ISAE-SUPAERO / AIRBUS

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Please find below two post-doc positions which have recently opened at ISAE-SUPAERO Aerodynamics and Propulsion research department, looking for people with a background in fluid dynamics.

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[INDONESIA] Call for projects Science & Impact september 2021

[INDONESIA] Call for projects Science & Impact september 2021

[INDONESIA] Call for projects Science & Impact september 2021

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Article in French, from Institut Français in Indonesia

Session de septembre 2021 : clôture le 15 septembre 2021

Dans une démarche de renforcement de la coopération en Sciences et Technologies entre la France et l’Indonésie, l’Ambassade de France en Indonésie déploie un programme dénommé « Science et Impact ». Celui-ci intervient en articulation d’autres programmes existants et en préparation, afin d’offrir un panel complet d’outils de coopération en Sciences et Technologies.

L’Ambassade de France en Indonésie entend donc fournir ici un outil souple, réactif et léger d’appui à la coopération en Sciences et Technologies. Il vise à supporter les acteurs français dans leurs travaux de coopération avec l’Indonésie lorsqu’un besoin ponctuel apparaît (e.g. conférence, soutenance de thèse, stage, séminaire, étude scientifique ponctuelle, traduction…).

Une réalisation visible est attendue de chaque action qui sera financée par ce programme afin d’illustrer les Impacts de la Science, en particulier dans le cadre de la coopération entre la France et l’Indonésie. Aucune restriction de thématique scientifique ne s’applique.

Le montant attribué à chaque dossier ne pourra pas dépasser la somme de 10 000 € (dix mille euros) ; la moyenne des sommes allouées par projet depuis Octobre 2016 s’établissant autour de 4 000 € (quatre mille euros).

Le mode retenu pour l’attribution du financement est celui d’une subvention à l’institution ; ayant une personnalité morale en France. Une attestation de non prélèvement de frais par l’institution est impérative avant versement. Aucune convention ne sera établie entre l’Ambassade et l’institution lauréate puisqu’il s’agit d’une décision unilatérale de financement.

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[AUSTRALIA] Call for projects “Fonds Pacifique” 2021 – second call!

[AUSTRALIA] Call for projects “Fonds Pacifique” 2021 – second call!

[AUSTRALIA] Call for projects “Fonds Pacifique” 2021 – second call!

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Article from AFRAN

Deadline: 12 September 2021

A call for projects is launched by the permanent Secretariat for the Pacific, with the view to select projects susceptible to be funded by the “Fund for economic, social and cultural cooperation for the Pacific “, or “Fonds Pacifique”. The selected projects will contribute to the regional insertion of the French communities: New Caledonia, French Polynesia and islands Wallis and Futuna.

Projects submitted for this call by Australian partners shall be submitted to the Embassy of France in Australia, by 12 September, 2021. To be eligible, the selected projects will have to fit in one of the following field:

  • Projects allowing the French communities to be associated with the fight against climate change and with the risk prevention of disasters.

  • Economic projects implementing the French Pacific territories capabilities or fostering their integration in regional economic exchanges

  • Sanitary safety (fight against the endemic diseases, non-contagious or transmitted by infectious vectors) or food safety (management of halieutic resources).

Beyond these themes, preference will be given to the projects fostering gender equity.

The maximum support by the Pacific Fund is 100 000 euro for a project.

The projects must be co-financed at least at 50 % of the total amount of the eligible expenses.

The Pacific Fund is meant to initiate projects and not to support the development of a project through time. In case you foresee that the project you are submitting might lead to a potential re-application later on, this has to be mentioned from the start.

The projects submitted by Australian partners have to be sent by email at the service of cooperation and cultural action of the Embassy of France in Canberra (science.canberra-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr), and their description must be drafted in French

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[AUSTRALIA] IRN-FACES: 13th July Webinar Flash projects 2020 on Electrochemical Energy Storage

[AUSTRALIA] IRN-FACES: 13th July Webinar Flash projects 2020 on Electrochemical Energy Storage

[AUSTRALIA] IRN-FACES: 13th July Webinar Flash projects 2020 on Electrochemical Energy Storage

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Article from the IRN FACES website

Next July 13th 2021, a webinar on the progress of Flash Projects 2020 on Electrochemical energy storage will take place. Please, share this information in your labs.

We are grateful to Laurence Croguennec and Maria Forsyth for the organisation of this seminar.

Please find the agenda of the webinar on the IRN FACES website