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Nessling Foundation’s general call open 15 August–8 September 2023.

Nessling Foundation’s general call is open 15 August–8 September 2023. Total of 2.5 million euros will be awarded in grants for speeding up sustainability transformations.
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In the general grant call, Nesslinf Foundation is looking for innovative projects and active researchers that enable or support sustainability transformations with respect for natural systems. 

Funding will be provided for projects that contribute to the Nessling Foundation’s mission to seek systemic solutions for an ecologically sustainable future. 

 In the general grant call, the award funding is for three purposes. You can apply for: 

·         personal grants for doctoral thesis researchers (for a maximum of 4 years) 

·         personal grants for post-doc researchers (for a maximum of 2 years) 

·         grants for implementation projects where research is put into practical use through cooperation between the producers and users of knowledge. 

Read more about the 2023 general grant call 

Good luck in applying! 

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