Call for Proposals_Indian Scientific Expedition to the Arctic 2023-2024
The Indian National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR) invites research proposals from national scientific organisations/institutions, research laboratories and universities with a sustained interest in polar research for funded access (comprising travel, DA as per the Government of India norms, polar clothing, boarding and lodging) to the Ny-Alesund Research Infrastructure in Svalbard, Norway. Scientific research proposals for initiation during 2023-24 are invited, specifically within the following fields of Arctic research:
Atmospheric Science with special reference to the study of aerosols, trace gases and precipitation over the Arctic
Marine Science: Dynamics and functioning of Arctic fjords (Kongsfjorden)
Environmental Chemistry: Natural contaminants in food webs and long-range pollutants
Cryospheric studies: Snow and ice chemistry, glaciology
Terrestrial ecosystems of the Arctic
The complete program, eligibility, and application information are available on the website https://ncpor.res.in/arctics. Application deadline: 28th January 2023.
Plymouth Marine Laboratory is launching a new fellowship in memory of Professor Trevor Platt FRS
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) is launching a new fellowship in memory of our late friend and colleague Professor Trevor Platt FRS.
We are seeking applications from outstanding early career researchers to undertake a research project at PML in any aspect of biological oceanography (fieldwork, earth observations, theoretical, ocean stewardship etc..), following on the legacy of Trevor Platt.
The fellowship will provide a bursary of £15k to include travel, visa, accommodation and living expenses. The aim is to allow a visit of between four to six months depending on distance, living costs and science activity. It is expected the fellowship will start in summer 2023 (June/July).
For full details and to apply, visit https://www.pml.ac.uk/Working-with-us/Trevor-Platt-Fellowship
The scholarships will support post-graduate students from developing countries, for research that advances the understanding of the scientific basis of risk of human-induced climate change, its potential impacts, and options for adaptation and mitigation.
The scholarship provides a four-year fully-funded studentship which covers the course fee, and a tax-free stipend equal to the UKRI minimum stipend, which is £17,668 in 2022-23. There will be an increase each year. In addition there is a research and training support grant of £8000 to help cover the cost of lab consumables, fieldwork, training courses, travel and costs associated with conferences, etc.
For full details and to apply, visit https://www.environmental-research.ox.ac.uk/ipcc-scholarships