We received an announcement this week from Bioversity International for calls for applications to the Vavilov-Frankel Fellowships for 2009. The Vavilov-Frankel Fellowships Fund “aims to encourage the conservation and use of plant genetic resources in developing countries by awarding Fellowships to outstanding young researchers to carry out relevant innovative research at an advanced research institute outside their own country for a period of between three months and one year.” Please visit the above link to the Bioversity website for further details, guidelines and application forms.
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