הרשות למחקר ופיתוח, האוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים

BSF US-Israel Binational Science Foundation 2016

   Description

The U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation was established in 1972 by the governments of the United States and Israel. Since its establishment, the Foundation has promoted and supported cooperative, scientific and technological research for peaceful purposes and for the benefit of both countries. To qualify for BSF grants, proposals must indicate active collaboration between American and Israeli scientists, and be of excellent scientific merit as judged by peer review.

In even calendar years (2016, 2018, etc) the areas are:​

  • Chemistry
  • Computer Sciences
  • Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Ecology (including Systematic Biology) – (will be eligible for submission this coming year, but then will be moved to the Life Science cycle in 2017)
  • Economics
  • Energy Research
  • Environmental Research (Air, Water and/or Soil)
  • Materials Research
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Oceanography and Limnology (the area is split: “Marine Biology” sub-area is merged with Ecology panel and as of 2017 will be moved to the Life Science cycle)
  • Physics
  • Sociology & Anthropology (Cultural and Social; please note that in 2009, "Ancient DNA" was moved to Genetics)
  • Psychology (excluding Education and Psychobiology)
​For a full list of eligible fields see ​​​BSF website.

כניסה

המידע המלא ניתן לסגל האוניברסיטה העברית בלבד (בגלישה שלא באמצעות הרשת האוניברסיטאית נדרשת התחברות לאתר)