Royal Society - Postdoctoral Fellowships to Australia, Canada and New Zealand
(19 April 2005)
The Royal Society is inviting applications for its postdoctoral fellowships tenable in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. The key objectives are to enhance the research capabilities of individual scientists, develop international collaborative links and enable participation in international programmes in order to promote excellence in science. Grants provide for international travel and subsistence and visits may last six to 12 months.
Scientists must be UK citizens resident in the UK and of PhD status at the time of taking up the award. Awards are for research in the areas of the natural sciences, including mathematics, engineering, medicine, the scientific research aspects of psychology, archaeology, geography, agriculture and the history of science. Awards are not granted in the social sciences or for clinical medical research