Call for Seed Funding Research Initiatives CANCELLED for 2020

15 April 2020

IMISCOE encourages scholars from the network to explore new opportunities for research, collaboration and publications. Each year, IMISCOE announces its call for seed funding of research initiatives as a way of contributing to the development of new research, joint publications or other activities around specific topics of research.

Unfortunately, this year’s call is CANCELLED. IMISCOE’s Board of Directors decided to cancel the call for 2020, as the COVID-19 developments is impacting on our network in various ways. We very much regret this decision, but given the situation at this point – the board had no other choice.

We will keep you updated and are confident that our next call for seed funding 2021, will reach you in due time. We hope for your support and understanding!

On behalf of IMISCOE
Board of Directors

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