Apply for funding for collaboration with neutron scientists in Japan
The Swedish Research Council has decided to fund a new mobility programme focusing on neutron research and activities related to the the European Spallation Source ESS and the Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex J-PARC.
The mobility programme SAKURA aims to strengthen scientific collaboration between Sweden and Japan in this area. Personnel working at the two neutron sources as well as researchers affiliated with Swedish and Japanese universities are welcome to apply for funding by 18 October 2019 – read more and apply on the ESS website. External link.
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