South Africa and Namibia Joint Science and Technology Research Programme in South Africa 2013

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Research Projects for Namibian and South African Students in the field of Bio Sciences, Space Science, Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Environment in South Africa 2013. The joint application for funding must include two Principal Investigators, a Namibian and South African and researchers must be employed at a recognized higher education or research institution such as a university, university of technology or science council in South Africa. At least one principal investigator should be in possession of a PhD. The Principal Investigators will be responsible for the scientific and financial reporting, as well as other technical and administrative co-ordination of the project. They will also be required to submit an annual and final report to their respective funding agencies upon completion of the project. Researchers employed at private companies will not be allowed to apply under this programme. . This scholarship is for pursuing research program.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Study subjects are Bio sciences, Space Science, Indigenous Knowledge System and Environment.
Who can apply to this scholarship?
· The joint application for funding must include two Principal Investigators, a Namibian and South African and researchers must be employed at a recognized higher education or research institution such as a university, university of technology or science council in South Africa.
· At least one principal investigator should be in possession of a PhD.
· The Principal Investigators will be responsible for the scientific and financial reporting, as well as other technical and administrative co
· ordination of the project.
Benefits of the scholarship: South Africa and Namibia will fund successful projects up to a maximum amount of R200, 000 per project per year.Local travel and fees relating to the organisation of events (venue, catering, audiovisual equipment etc.) will be the financial responsibility of the host investigator which is to be paid from his / her allocation of the joint funding.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Not provided
Number of scholarships: Not provided

South Africa and Namibia Joint Science and Technology Research Programme in South Africa 2013

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The joint application for funding must include two Principal Investigators, a Namibian and South African and researchers must be employed at a recognized higher education or research institution such as a university, university of technology or science council in South Africa. At least one principal investigator should be in possession of a PhD. The Principal Investigators will be responsible for the scientific and financial reporting, as well as other technical and administrative co-ordination of the project. They will also be required to submit an annual and final report to their respective funding agencies upon completion of the project. Researchers employed at private companies will not be allowed to apply under this programme. -The joint application for funding must include two Principal Investigators, a Namibian and South African and researchers must be employed at a recognized higher education or research institution such as a university, university of technology or science council in South Africa. -At least one principal investigator should be in possession of a PhD. -The Principal Investigators will be responsible for the scientific and financial reporting, as well as other technical and administrative co-ordination of the project.

Deadline: Do submit your applications till 28 February 2013.

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