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The India-UK Water Centre is inviting proposals from members of its Open Network of Water Scientists.

The India-UK Water Centre is inviting proposals from members of its Open Network of Water Scientists in two areas: 

  • Proposals to convene a science workshop (to be held in the UK or in India) on one of the Centre's themes to: discuss the current state of knowledge in a particular area; identify the future requirements/ideas for joint research and/or; provide training to exchange and further develop scientific skills in water security science.
  • Proposals to take part in researcher exchanges (in the UK or in India) in order to spend time exploring new science ideas around on the Centre's themes, building capacity or training in research methods, or exchanging latest findings.

Funding and administrative support from the Centre is available to Indian and UK water scientists for these activities which will be held during 2018.

Applicants must be members of the Open Network of India-UK Water Scientists (, which is open to any Indian or UK water scientist to join.

Further details can be found here

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