Science & Technology
The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is an intergovernmental organisation that brings together 105 Member governments, 127 international organisations, and the private sector. Its aim is to promote the use of Earth Observations data to drive economic growth. Earth Observations (EO) are measurements of our planet (atmosphere, land and oceans) and how it is changing. This data is collected by satellites, aircraft, ships, observatories on the ground and in the water.
In the framework of the “Make Our Planet Great Again” (MOPGA) initiative, Campus France, along with the French ministries of Europe and foreign affairs (MEAE) and of higher education, research, and innovation (MESRI) are launching a new call for applications for post-doctoral researchers.
A call for projects is launched by the permanent Secretariat for the Pacific, with the view to select projects susceptible to be funded in 2020 by the "Fund for economic, social and cultural cooperation for the Pacific ", or "Fonds Pacifique". The selected projects will contribute to the regional insertion of the French communities: New Caledonia, French Polynesia and islands Wallis and Futuna.
The Embassy of France in Australia and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia are proud to announce the launch of the Social Science Collaborative Research Program.
To pave the way for a single European aerospace conference, 3AF and CEAS have decided to join forces to launch the very first edition of the Aerospace Europe Conference (AEC2020).
Aerospace Europe Conference 2020, (...)
Projects submitted for this call by Australian partners shall be submitted to the Embassy of France in Australia, by September the 8th, 2019 (12 am Canberra time).
To be eligible, the selected projects will have (...)
Mr Andrea Merenda, PhD student at Deakin University, spent 4 weeks at the Institut Européen des Membranes (IEMM), in Montpellier, thanks to the French Embassy’s scientific mobility program.
His visit (...)
Dr Miguel Lurgi Rivera is one of the 27 scientists selected for the Embassy’s scientific mobility program in 2017. His work on microbial symbionts (organisms living in close relationship with another) is (...)
Visit to Australia by the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Frédérique Vidal, for the Joint Science and Innovation Meeting
Frédérique Vidal, French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, visited Australia from February 26 to 28 2019, with the aim of strengthening bilateral scientific and academic cooperation.
Collaboration Program between the Australian National University (ANU) and Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
Deadline for submission: 1 April 2019
CNRS and the ANU are launching a joint call for proposals between the two institutes to provide matching strategic investment for developing and strengthening the ANU-CNRS (...)
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