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    4 février 2016, par Caroline

    Ranked the number one agricultural institute in Europe and number two in the world, INRA (National Institute for Agricultural Research - France) carries out mission-oriented research for high-quality and healthy foods, competitive and sustainable agriculture and a preserved and valorised environment. Every year, INRA seeks researchers from all disciplines to reinforce laboratory and fieldwork teams. Researchers will be heavily involved in scientific networks and tackle environmental, economic and social issues. They are expected to strive for excellence and come up with useful, concrete applications for the real world. Individual research projects will go hand in hand with group efforts in a bid to further knowledge and innovation, in order to produce sustainably, preserve the (...)

  • "Extra Call" MINERVA EU-Japan Program

    5 novembre 2015, par Caroline

    The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation (a joint venture between the Japanese Government (METI) and the European Commission (DG GROW)) is launching an “extra call” of the “MINERVA” EU-Japan programme, to commission research on the following topic : • European SMEs’ internationalization to Japan – A Guide on access to funding and financing support • Nutraceuticals and food supplements sector in Japan – Opportunities for European producers ? Should you be interested in taking part in this call to tender, please refer to http://www.eu-japan.eu/exceptional-... Budget/Topic : maximum 10,000 EUR+VAT Application Documents : CV (with supporting documents on qualifications), Motivation Letter, Detailed Research Plan (for a report of 70-100 pages) including a project timeline and expected fee (...)

  • VULCANUS Program

    5 novembre 2015, par Caroline

    Vulcanus in Japan Session : 2016 - 2017 A training programme for EU students* SESSION 2016-2017 : Deadline to apply : 20/01/2016 We particularly encourage students from the following under-represented countries to apply : Croatia - Bulgaria - Malta - Slovenia - Ireland - Luxembourg - Denmark - Estonia (*) starting from session 2016, the programme will be open to applicants from the EU + Montenegro, Turkey, FYROM, Iceland, Moldova. What is it ? Vulcanus in Japan started in 1997. The programme consists of industrial placements for EU students*. It starts in September and ends in August of the following year in order to accommodate the academic year in EU Member States. The students follow : a one-week seminar on Japan, a four-month intensive Japanese language course, (...)

  • CANON FOUNDATION - Program on offer

    24 juin 2015, par Caroline

    Each year, to contribute to international understanding between Europe and Japan, the Canon Foundation in Europe grants up to 15 Research Fellowships to highly qualified European and Japanese researchers. Candidates are required to have obtained a PhD or MA higher degree within the previous ten years. Exceptional candidates who obtained their qualification more than ten years prior to application will also be considered. Such candidates are required to provide further supporting information in their application. Non-nationals are required to have permanent citizenship in either Europe or Japan. We welcome applications from all fields of research. European Fellows pursue a period of research in Japan and Japanese Fellows at host institutions in Europe. Fellowships are awarded for (...)

  • Call for applications Research Assistant, Project DILEM (MI CNRS ‐ PF NEEDS)

    11 juin 2015, par Caroline

    Call for applications _Research Assistant, Project DILEM (MI CNRS ‐ PF NEEDS) The NEEDS program within the Interdisciplinary Mission of the CNRS : NEEDS (Nuclear, energy, environment, waste, society) supports scientific projects which investigate nuclear energy in relation to the environment and society, particularly within the axis "Nuclear, risk, society". It has funded the research of the DILEM project since 2012. _ The DILEM Project : DILEM (displaced and undecided people left to themselves in post‐Fukushima Japan) is a multidisciplinary action‐research project (2012‐2015), which focuses on the population of the "grey zones" (nuclear contaminated or suspected areas, without official recognition) after the nuclear accident in Japan. The project also examines the issues of (...)

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