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The Authority for Research and Development’s website provides information on research funding opportunities, fellowships and conferences, and guidelines on how to apply for research grants and to manage research budgets, as well as general information on scientific activity at the Hebrew University.
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15 researchers of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem won this year research grants from the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific and Development (GIF):
9 three-year grants for joint research projects with scientists from German research institutions.
6 one-year personal grants for individual projects for young early-career scientists.
The Hebrew University is leading the academic institution in Israel with its GIF success rates:
- The HUJI success rate in the GIF regular program is 19.14% (national success rate: 15.5%)
- The HUJI success rate in the GIF Young Scientists program is 33.3% (national success rate 32.1%).
See here for details on the next GIF submission cycle for the regular program or the Young Scientists program
Several presentations shown in the guidance sessions on joint BSF-NSF programs, are now available for download.
BSF-NSF Programs - by Dr. Zeev Rosenzweig
BSF-NSF Integrative Biological Systems (ICOB) Program - by Dr. Michelle Elekonich
BSF-NSF Molecular & Cellular Biosciences program - by Dr. Linda Hyman (Sep 2016)
The presentations are available here.
For further details on BSF-NSF grants, please contact the America, Asia and The Pacific desk.>
Please note that each research proposal must be uploaded to the Research System.
This procedure can be done either during or after the actual submission to the funding agency.
The system requires a one-time install and then can be opened from Windows 'Start' menu. While using the system, it is recommended to follow the Research System Manual.
After the one-time install there is no need to open the system from this page, but from Start Menu of Windows. It is recommended to create a shortcut on the Desktop. Mac users should open the Remote Desktop Connection app from the Application menu.>