Agri-Innovation Workshop: Building resilience to climate change in Malaysia through innovative and sustainable agricultural technologies
14 – 18 March 2016, Malaysia
This is a unique opportunity for Early Career Researchers, based in the UK or in Malaysia, to build new collaborations, enhance their research skills, profile their research, and add to their CV while developing research ideas that will contribute to building climate resilience. It is a “learning-by doing” Workshop which will build the participants’ potential through inquiry, experience sharing, teamwork, stakeholder engagement and networking.
The workshop is fully funded by the Newton Fund Researcher Link through the British Council and organised by the University of Reading Walker Institute, UK, and Crops For the Future in Malaysia. Travel (economy class), accommodation, registration, subsistence and workshop fees are all included for successful applicants, but places are limited.
The deadline for applications is 8th January 2016
Full details at: http://www.walker-institute.ac.uk/events/AgriInnovationMalaysia/