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This scheme has now been discontinued.Following the Comprehensive Spending Review in 2010, the Society has unfortunately had to discontinue the International Travel Grants scheme. Instead applications for international collaborations will from now on be managed through the new International Exchanges Scheme. However, the Society will unfortunately no longer be able to support conference attendance through this scheme. Whilst we acknowledge that conference attendance is important in raising the profile of UK science and scientists, the Society has decided that facilitating international collaborations should be the priority during a period of budget constraints.
Dr Giuseppe Schettino was awarded an International Travel Grant in 2010 to enable his research team to travel overseas to use high energy ion facilities to investigate using hadrons as a cancer therapy.
This scheme was for scientists in the UK who wanted to participate in an overseas conference or collaborate with other scientists on a short international visit.
The scheme had two streams:
The scheme covered all areas of the life and physical sciences, including engineering, but excluding clinical medicine.
The applicants needed to:
The International Travel Grant Scheme was available for travel to all countries outside of the UK.
For conference participation, the award could be held for a maximum of 10 days. For international collaboration, the maximum was 12 weeks.
The scheme provided a maximum of £4,000.
This scheme is permanently closed to applications.
International ExchangesFor scientists in the UK who want to undertake a collaboration with scientists overseas through either a one-off visit or bilateral travel.
India-UK Scientific SeminarsFor mid-career scientists who want to organise a small three-day scientific seminar between groups of scientists from India and the UK.
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