High Lat funds

Lena Gustavsson lena.gustavsson at nrm.se
Fri Apr 25 00:04:26 EST 2003

Fourth and last call  

We have the opportunity to offer economic support to scientists who wish to 
use the collections and/or other research facilities at NRM. The resources 
are made available through the European Commission's "Improving the 
Human Research Potential and the Socio-economic Knowledge Base" (IHP) 
scheme. Our programme at NRM, entitled "Access to Naturhistoriska 
Riksmuseet - High Latitude" (HIGH LAT), will run until 29 February 2004. 
HIGH LAT funded visits to NRM will have to be accomplished by this date. 
The grant enables us to meet international travel and accommodation costs 
for visiting scientists. The last call for applications is opened. There are a 
number of terms and conditions associated with this opportunity, as outlined 
below. If you are interested in applying for support, or are uncertain about 
whether you are eligible, please visit our website (http://www.nrm.se/highlat/) 
or contact the project manager (highlat at nrm.se).  

1) To be eligible you must conduct your research in a EU Member State or 
Associated State (http://www.nrm.se/highlat/conditions.html). Scientists 
working in Sweden are not eligible for support under the HIGH LAT 
programme.  2) A formal application must be made. Please read the 
Application Guidelines (http://www.nrm.se/highlat/applguide.html) before 
completing the Application Form (http://www.nrm.se/highlat/application.html). 
The next and last deadline for submission of applications is 6 June 2003. 3) 
Priority will be given to scientists who have not previously used our facilities 
and who are working in regions of the EU where few such research 
infrastructures exist.  

We hope that many of you will see this as a chance to visit the Swedish 
Museum of Natural History, utilising collections and other facilities that have 
not previously been available to you.  

Irene Bisang

High Lat co-ordinator
Swedish Museum of Natural History
Box 50007
SE- 104 05 Stockholm, SWEDEN
TEL: + 46 8 5195 41 30

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