Apply for funding to develop partnership links with laboratories in China. This is part a wider International Partnering Awards programme.
You must hold a current BBSRC research grant that:
Collaborative activities will include:
The full economic cost of your project can be up to £30,000. BBSRC will fund 100% of the full economic cost.
Funding is available for up to four years.
Applications must be made by a principal investigator who is currently in receipt of BBSRC research funding. In addition, the associated BBSRC grant must have started before the application deadline and must have at least six months remaining from the start of the award.
The following applicants are eligible to apply:
principal investigators on an active BBSRC standard research grant
principal investigators on an active BBSRC themed research grant
recipients of a current fellowship award from BBSRC
principal investigators or co-investigators on a current BBSRC strategic longer and larger (SLoLa) grant or initiative grant with funding of over £1 million
principal investigators or co-investigators on a current BBSRC institute strategic programme grant at a national institute of bioscience:
Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences
John Innes Centre
The Roslin Institute
The Earlham Institute
The Pirbright Institute
The following applicants are not eligible to apply:
holders of BBSRC grants which do not have research as the primary objective, including:
We encourage joint applications by consortia of UK partners, which could include industrial and non-BBSRC funded partners. However, a BBSRC funded applicant must lead the consortia and submit the proposal using the Joint Electronic Submission system.