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My winning proposal: Best of both worlds

    

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

Top tips

  • Make full use of the Royal Society’s online application, as it makes collaborating on the bid easier
  • Consider how to maximise benefits for both parties as you design your project
  • Adding an element of interdisciplinarity can make a proposal more appealing

After two years of being stopped or severely curtailed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Royal Society’s International Exchanges programme is back to full speed this year. As ever, the goal is to kick-start international collaborations between scientists based in the UK and elsewhere in the world, either via one-off visits or bilateral travel.

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