Fabian Demicoli

National Research & Innovation Programme: Funding opportunities


Malta Council for Science
and Technology is launching the 2013 National Research & Innovation
Programme. The scope of this Programme is applied research and knowledge
transfer between academia and industry, focussing on Environment & Energy
Resources, ICT, Added-value Manufacturing and Health and Biotechnology.

Sub-priority sectors include Offshore Solar Technology and Limestone Science
& Technology.

The MCST is currently
accepting proposals to the R&I 2013 Programme.

Information
sessions will be held on Thursday 14th February 2013 at 14.00 at the MCST, Villa Bighi,
Kalkara. Full details of the Programme
including rules for participation and application forms are available on the
MCST website:

http://www.mcst.gov.mt/national-funding/ri-programme/current-ri-programme

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