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From the archive: Crossing the frontier


Be bold to have your international life-sciences collaboration funded by the Human Frontier Science Program

The Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) has been in the business of encouraging international, interdisciplinary collaboration on fundamental health challenges since the late 1980s. Its main mechanism for doing this is via its annual research grant schemes: its Early Career Grants and Program Grants, which provide funding for three years for teams of two to four people from a mix of countries.

This year, those applying to either of these schemes must obtain a letter of intent ID number by 21 March and submit the letter of intent on 30 March. Full proposals for invited teams will be due in mid-September. The application system will open later this month.

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