Le CNRS lance une série d'appels à projets pour promouvoir la coopération scientifique avec et sur le continent africain.//The CNRS is launching a series of calls for projects to promote scientific cooperation with and on the African continent.
As indicated in the CNRS multi-year cooperation plan with Africa, the objectives are to meet the different needs expressed by our scientific communities as well as the priorities set by African partners.
These three calls for projects are open until February 20th 2023
Residential research schools
This call concerns the organization of residential research schools in a partner institution in Africa, with the aim of facilitating the transfer of knowledge by combining courses ranging from basic concepts to the most advanced research results, as well as master’s tools and methodology.
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This call aims to facilitate the connection of two researchers at the beginning of their career, one from a CNRS laboratory and the other from an African academic institution. A grant of eight (8) to twelve (12) weeks is granted with a mandatory residential stay in the laboratory of the project leader in France.
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Joint Research Programme in Africa
Each funded program will bring together two (2) Principal Investigators (PIs), one affiliated with a CNRS laboratory and the other working in an African academic institution. An annual residential stay (minimum of three months) will take place in the laboratory of the African partner. It will include assistance with mobility and accommodation on both sides, in France for the African researcher and in Africa for the French researcher, as well as a thesis scholarship and missions.
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Le CNRS et la Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Egypte) ont signé le 24 novembre 2023 à Paris un accord-cadre visant à renouveler leur coopération scientifique. // On 24 November 2023 in Paris, the CNRS and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Egypt) signed a framework agreement aimed at renewing their scientific cooperation.
(Français) Le CNRS salue avec enthousiasme la nomination de Laurent Vidal à la tête du bureau de représentation IRD/CNRS/CIRAD à Pretoria, et accueille chaleureusement Clarisse Munier qui prend la tête du secteur Afrique Moyen-Orient Inde à la direction Europe et international.
Le CNRS accompagne les chercheurs qui souhaitent déposer, en tant que coordinateurs/coordinatrices, un projet collaboratif d'Horizon Europe // The CNRS supports researchers who wish to submit, as coordinators, a Horizon Europe collaborative project.