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Newton Advanced Fellowships 2018/19 - China

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IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-13-NEWT-AMS_CHN_NAF0009


Awards for early to mid-career international researchers who have already established (or in process of establishing) a research group. Awards support researchers in their own country, providing funding for training and development in collaboration with a UK partner, with the intention of transferring knowledge and research capabilities to partner countries.


The primary aims of the Newton Advanced Fellowship programme are to: • Support the development of a well0trained research community who can contribute to advancing economic development and social welfare of the partner country by transferring new skills and creating new knowledge. • Strengthen research excellence in partner countries by supporting promising independent, early to mid-career researchers and their research groups and networks to develop their research through training, collaboration, reciprocal visits and the transfer of knowledge and skills from the UK. • Establish long-term links between the best research groups and networks in partner countries and the UK to ensure that improvements in research capacity are sustainable in the longer term. •10 fellowships (Newton Advanced Fellowships/Newton International Fellowships) between £100Kand £111K over 2-3 years.

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