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Dear all Early Carreer Researchers Indonesia & United Kingdom,

National Battery Research Institute in collaboration with Queen Mary University London,UK and British Council are pleased to invite you to participate on

“Climate Challenge Workshop”

With theme: “Delivering Battery Revolution:
Reducing The Drivers of Climate Change in Indonesia”

Challenge Prize Total of £30,000

Addressing the challenges of climate change is critical for promoting global sustainable development. Climate Challenge Workshop grants are designed to provide financial support to bring together a UK and Indonesia bilateral cohort of early career researchers to take part in virtual interdisciplinary research workshops. The workshops offer a platform to stimulate and discuss innovative research ideas and encourage sustainable collaborations across disciplines.

“Climate Challenge Prizes”

Research Prizes (RP)
The prizes of with total of £20,000 will be given for 4 excellent research proposals, with the first winner getting prize of £8,000. These challenge research prizes are aimed at enabling ECRs to undertake a piece of original research involving thematic subject.

Dissemination Awards (DA)
The prizes of total £10,000 will be awarded to 5 speakers to present their relevant work at conferences, with a maximum budget of £2,000 per person. ECRs are welcome to submit an abstract to present their research at the workshop.

For more information, click our website at 

Best regards,
Prof. Alan J.Drew (Chair)
Prof.Evvy Kartini (Vice-Chair)

Date : 19 April 2021
Written by : NBRI
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