Central Europen Centre for Women and Youth in Science
The first calls for project proposals in FP7 are expected to be launched early 2007. FP7 will be the largest funding opportunity for research and development in Europe for the coming 7 years.

The "Marie Curie Actions" have been particularly successful in responding to the needs of Europe's scientific community in terms of training, mobility and career development. In the Seventh Framework Programme, the "Marie Curie Actions" have been regrouped and reinforced in the Specific Programme "People". Click on the title to read more

European Research Council reveals its launch strategy In its start up phase, the European Research Council will give priority to supporting careers of independent excellent researchers with around 300 million euro a year.

The Marie Curie Programme offers Intra-European Fellowships, Outgoing International Fellowships and Incoming International Fellowships.

These grants aim to encourage researchers to develop their scientific careers after working abroad.

Supported by the Austrain organisationf fFORTE, grants are available for women researchers who are writing their dissertations or engaged in post-doc research.

A resource of biomedical, health, biotechnological, engineering and physical sciences grants and fellowships based in UK and Ireland.

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Central European Centre for Women and Youth in Science is a project funded by the European Commission
under Framework Programme 6 in the Structuring the ERA specific programme.