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Travel grants

The aim of these grants is to give the opportunity of overseas travel in connection with biological study, teaching or research to those who would otherwise be unlikely to have it.

The Royal Society of Biology offers two types of travel grant of £500 every year to members worldwide:

The 2019 grants will open for applications on 1st November 2018.

Read reports from previous grant recipients and please contact Raghav Selvam if you have any queries.

Grant recipients

Laetitia Gunton (top left) at the 14th Deep-Sea Biology Symposium in Aveiro Portugal. Fergus Kennedy (top right) and colleagues at the Danum Valley Field Centre in Sabah, Borneo. Chi-Ching Tsang (bottom left) at the 19th Congress of the International Society of Human & Animal Mycology in Australia. Hugh Nicholson (bottom right) at the Fischer Laboratory, University of California in the USA.

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