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Learn about British Council - CONACyT calls within the Newton Fund in Mexico

The British Council recently opened two calls in Mexico under the Newton Fund along with their Mexican partners CONACyT.

The British Council's lead for the Newton Fund in Mexico, Liliana Carral, would like to invite researchers to attend one of three workshops she will host in the UK during July and August. The workshops will enable you to identify opportunities for collaboration in Mexico, will help you get a better understanding of the open calls, and will be a unique opportunity to have your questions answered. 

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What is the Newton Fund?

The Newton Fund promotes the economic development and welfare in partnering countries, through science and innovation partnerships. It aims to strengthen science and innovation capacity and unlock further funding to support poverty alleviation. It is managed by UK's Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, and delivered through 15 UK delivery partners, including the British Council, in collaboration with 16 partner countries. 

 

Who could benefit from these calls?

The workshops will cover the Researcher Links and Institutional Links programmes. These are relevant to:

  • Resesarcher Links - Principal investigators interested in establishing or developing links with Mexico based in non-for profit institutions.

  • Institutional Links - Principal investigators willing to develop proof of concept for new technologies with Mexico based in non-for profit institutions. Associate partners could indirectly benefit from this call, whether it's researchers based on for profit or non-for profit institutions like technology transfer offices, catapult centres or business. 

 

About the workshops

Manchester

  • Venue: British Council (The Library)
  • Address: Bridgewater House | 58 Whitworth Street | Manchester | M1 6BB
  • Date: 29 July 2016
  • Registration: 3 p.m. Starts: 3:30 p.m. Ends: 6:00 p.m.

 

Oxford

  • Venue: NDM Research Building (NDMRB Seminar Room), Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford
  • Address: NDM Research Building, Old Road Campus, Roosevelt Drive, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7FZ
  • Date: 2 August 
  • Registration: 10:30 a.m. Starts:  11:00  a.m. Ends: 2:00 p.m.

 

London

  • Venue: British Council (UG.11 Room)
  • Address: 10 Spring Gardens | London | SW1A 2BN
  • Date: 4 August 
  • Registration: 3 p.m. Starts:  3:30  p.m. Ends: 6:00 p.m.
 
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