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FAPESP opens new call for proposals SPRINT

Public notice aims to support the mobility of researchers for collaborations with partners in seven institutions abroad.

FAPESP Agency – FAPESP announces the second call for proposals for 2022 in the SPRINT modality – São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration.

The public notice aims to promote the engagement of researchers linked to higher education and research institutions in the State of São Paulo with partners abroad, to advance qualitatively in ongoing projects and work cooperatively aiming at the elaboration of medium and long-term joint projects.

The new call establishes conditions for the submission of proposals in collaboration with seven teaching and research institutions abroad: Center Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (France), Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Purdue University (United States), Texas Tech University ( United States), University of Münster (Germany), University of Tübingen (Germany) and University of Manchester (United Kingdom).

Researchers responsible for current FAPESP grants may submit proposals in the following modalities: Research Aid – Regular, Research Aid – Thematic Project, Research Aid – Young Researcher, Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centers (CEPIDs), Public Education Improvement Program, Public Policy Research Program and Research Support Program in Partnership for Technological Innovation (PITE). In the case of current Thematic Projects, CEPIDs and PITEs, principal investigators may also submit proposals.

The call may also receive proposals from researchers whose partners are linked to institutions with which FAPESP does not have a current agreement or with a current agreement, but who are not participating in this edition of SPRINT.

Projects must be sent to FAPESP exclusively through the Management Support System (SAGe).

The deadline for submission of proposals is January 30, 2023.

The announcement is published at: www.fapesp.br/sprint/chamada22022.

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