Newton Bhabha - Researcher Link Workshop Grant 2017-18

British Council in collaboration with Royal Society of Chemistry announces Newton Bhabha Fund Researcher Links Workshop Grant to bring together early-career researchers from India and the UK to build international connections which can support them in improving the quality of their research.

Priority areas : Within the chemical sciences proposals, the following challenge areas are particularly welcome:

· Human Health – e.g. Antimicrobial resistance, neglected diseases, medical chemistry, bio-materials, HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, neglected tropical diseases, child mortality, maternal health

· Energy – e.g. sustainable fuels, chemicals and energy storage.

· Climate, Environment and Sustainability – e.g. climate change, green technology, sustainable development, ecosystem services, resource scarcity, new materials, nanomaterials, water quality, climate, agriculture, air.

· Sustainable energy for all

· Water and sanitation

· Food and nutrition (including food security)

Research with relevance to the above areas at the Chemistry-Biology interface, the Chemistry-Materials interface and the Chemistry-Environmental Science interface


13 June 2017 , 16.00 (UK time)

The application detail, eligibility criteria and online application form is available at .

Contact Person for More details:-

Arijita Sanyal | Manager Projects, Programmes
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