As part of the Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF), the Royal Society has launched an International Collaboration Award to enable outstanding UK research leaders to develop international collaborations with the best leading researchers from around the world, to work on some of the global challenges and problems facing developing countries.
This scheme offers up to £75,000 per year for up to three years and will close on 23 May 2017.
Applications must fall within the Royal Society remit of natural sciences and engineering, and should support work on global challenges and problems facing developing countries.
For further details see the Royal Society website.
Also the Northumbria University GCRF Working Group is available to review bids, contact your Faculty Representative if you would like some input from this group: