EJP SOIL WEBINAR #3: Facilitating access to agricultural soil research infrastructure

Mobility strengthens inter-institutional collaboration and promotes the acquisition of new skills and knowledge, thereby contributing to increased research creativity, efficacy, and performance. EJP SOIL aims to facilitate the access to agricultural soil research infrastructures, such as laboratories and long-term field experiments .

2021.07.15 | Line Carlenius Berggreen

Date Wed 01 Sep
Time 14:00 15:30
Location Online

EJP SOIL Webinar #3 - Wednesday, 01.09.2021, 14:00 – 15:30

Within the EJP SOIL program, mobility between countries and organizations is considered to be an asset for the personal and career development of researchers and is a prerequisite for knowledge transfer across borders. Mobility strengthens inter-institutional collaboration and promotes the acquisition of new skills and knowledge, thereby contributing to increased research creativity, efficacy, and performance. 

EJP SOIL task “Access to infrastructure” aims to facilitate the access to agricultural soil research infrastructures, such as laboratories and long-term field experiments (LTEs). In order to realize that, interested researchers can apply for travel grants for visiting participating laboratories or LTEs. These grants intend to further expand and upgrade the applicants own dataset, and support additional knowledge gain and new perspectives in the respective research topic.

In this open webinar, we will give an overview over participating LTEs and laboratories and explain the requirements for applicants, as well as the application procedure. We welcome all interested researchers and non-research staff who would like to carry out research visits and improve skills in the EJP SOIL partner facilities, as well as in leading non-EJP SOIL institutions.

Join the webinar using the following Zoom link: 

https://bokuvienna.zoom.us/j/98294766313

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Tags: EJP SOIL Webinar, inter-institutional collaboration, Access to infrastructure, grants for visiting