In scidev.net last week there was news that the UK-based Leverhulme Trust (http://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/) and the Royal Society (http://royalsociety.org/) have formed a partnership to fund research projects in Ghana & Tanzania. The partnership’s five research priorities are “agriculture, water, sanitation, basic human health research, and biodiversity and energy”. Applications for the grants will open in October 2008.
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