Information event: Research Awards and Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship

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Intensify cooperation with leading international researchers from all disciplines!

Would you like to host a researcher from abroad? Then nominate researchers whose fundamental discoveries, new theories or findings have had a lasting effect on their discipline for a Humboldt Research Award! The award amount is €60,000. Award winners are also invited to conduct a research project of their choice at a research institution in Germany in cooperation with specialist colleagues there. The award enables a total stay of between six months and a full year, which can be split into multiple stays. We also offer extensive benefits for family members who may be travelling with you.

Or would you like to intensify the connection with your international research contacts? The Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship finances research stays by postdocs and experienced researchers from your group with members of the Humboldt Network abroad for a period of 6-24 months.

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Humboldt Research Award
Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship
You can find the presentation here (PDF, 4 MB)

If you would like to find out more about the Humboldt Foundation's research award programmes and the Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship Programme, come to the online event and get first-hand information on the programmes and the application procedure!

Humboldt Discoveries is a series of events offering potential sponsorship recipients, hosts and those interested the opportunity to get specific information about the Humboldt Foundation’s various programmes. Proven experts present the respective programmes and answer questions. Current sponsorship recipients and alumni report on their experiences.

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