Researcher Links aims to support workshops that create collaborative platforms for scientists in partner countries and British scientists. These workshops are coordinated by senior scientists in their fields. 

The Trilateral Researcher Links call is an unprecedented call that invites scientists from three countries - United Kingdom, Brazil (State of Sao Paulo) and Uruguay – to submit joint proposals to carry out workshops. 

Workshops are in English and last between 3 to 5 days. The three coordinators (a British, a Uruguayan and a Brazilian researcher) can identify up to three new lead researchers, one per country, to act as mentors. All other participants must be early career researchers (8 to 12 from each country.)

CLOSED CALL

SELECTED PROPOSALS

 

WORKSHOP THEME

BRITISH PROPOSER

BRAZILIAN PROPOSER

URUGUAYAN PROPOSER

Translating Knowledge Into Innovation: exploring the potential of bio-soft matter science in agrifood production Hermes Gadelha (University of York) Jose Alberto Cuminato (Universidade de São Paulo – Campus São Carlos) Raul Donangelo (Universidad de la República)
Climate Change Initiative for Adaptation, Resilience and Mitigation (CCIARM) Tristan Pryer (University of Reading) Horaldo Campos Velho (INPE - National Institute of Space Research) Ernesto Mordecki (Universidad de la República)
How Anthropology Can Contribute to Affirmative Action in South America in the Fields of Human Rights, Gender Equality and Environmental Sustainability Margaret Bolton (University of Aberdeen) Suely Kofes (Universidade Estadual de Campinas) Susana Rostagnol (Universidad de la República)