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Friday 24th March 2017

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Monday 13th March 2017

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Friday 16th December 2016

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Thursday 15th December 2016

Guidelines for 2018 Young Investigator and Program Grant applications are now available. The website for online applications will be open by mid-January. You must initiate an application (with a 2018 reference number) via the website by March 20th, 2017. The deadline to submit a Letter of Intent is March 30th, 2017.

 

Friday 18th November 2016

HFSPO is hosting an international workshop to discuss important issues concerning the future of data resources in the life sciences. Some 40 delegates from around the world representing key data resources are participating. The programme is available here.

 

Tuesday 8th November 2016

David Julius of the University of California at San Francisco has been awarded the 2017 HFSP Nakasone Award for his 'discovery of the molecular mechanism of thermal sensing in animals'. Link to the full story

 

Monday 5th September 2016

Warwick Anderson, Secretary General of HFSPO, has answered questions from the National Library Board in Singapore as part of their S.U.R.E. campaign (Source.Understand. Research.Evaluate.). In the interview Warwick Anderson talks about important trends and research practices in the life sciences. For the full text please follow the link below: http://www.nlb.gov.sg/sure/interview-with-professor-warwick-anderson/

 

Monday 5th September 2016

Barbara Pauly joined HFSPO on September 2, 2016 as the new Director of Fellowships. Prior to that Barbara was a member of the editorial team of EMBO Reports, most recently she was a senior editor of this very respected journal. She received her PhD from the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, where she was working with Angelika Böttger and Charles David on developmental signaling in the simple non-bilaterian Hydra vulgaris. Following that she spent several years as a postdoctoral...

 

Tuesday 21st June 2016

At the Intergovernmental Conference hosted by the Medical Research Council of the UK in London on June 10th, representatives from the governments that support the Human Frontier Science Program came together to confirm a financial framework for the Program from 2017-2019. The meeting resulted in a Joint Communiqué which confirms the unique added values of HFSP and sets out the financial contributions for the next triennium. The full press release can be found here.