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International Development Research @ Cambridge

 

Applications are invited for Newton Institutional Links with the aim to build UK-partner country research and innovation collaborations centred on shared research and innovation challenges which have direct relevance to social welfare and economic development.

This programme is designed to establish links beyond the level of the individual researcher and innovation practitioner, opening up opportunities for more sustainable, solution-oriented collaborations between academic groups as well as with the private and third sector (e.g. SMEs, NGOs, technology transfer offices and other not-for-profit organisations).

These grants are funded under the Newton Fund, a UK Government initiative funded by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), together with partner funders from around the world. The Fund aims to promote the economic development and welfare of either the partner countries or, through working with the partner country, to address the problems of low-income and vulnerable populations.

Grants of  £50,000 - £150,000 are available for collaborations between the UK and Turkey, Vietnam, Mexico, Indonesia, Peru, Philippines, and Thailand.

Each proposal must have one Principal Applicant from the UK, as well as a Principal Applicant from the partner countries and all Principal Applicants must be Leading Researchers or Established Researchers.

 

For further information please see the Institutional Links Grants site.

Welcome to Cambridge Global Challenges

Cambridge Global Challenges is the Strategic Research Initiative of the University of Cambridge that aims to enhance the contribution of its research towards addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, with a particular focus on the poorest half of the world’s population.

 

Join the Strategic Research Initiative

Register to Cambridge Global Challenges here.

 

Learn about the support we provide 

Information on how Cambridge Global Challenges can support your research is shared here.

 

Contact us

Programme Manager (Sara Serradas Duarte): coordinator@gci.cam.ac.uk​