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Highlighting benefits for both parties is important in the Royal Society’s famous International Exchanges scheme

A mainstay of the UK’s outwardly oriented funding landscape, the Royal Society’s International Exchanges programme has returned with its familiar aim of fostering links between UK-based researchers and their peers elsewhere in the world.

The society supports projects built on new collaborations of various durations, from up to three months to up to two years. The maximum amount of funding available for a two-year project is £12,000. The next deadline for the scheme is 7 June.

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