Across Latin American countries there is a common challenge in promoting social and economic development while preserving natural resources. A new funding opportunity aims to promote international exchange across the region and with the UK to consider the biodiversity process.
An exciting new series of events focusing on science and innovation launches in Mexico.
The Newton-Ungku Omar Fund Open Day was held in Kuala Lumpur on 25 July 2017, to celebrate the successes of the fund’s projects so far and to look forward to a bright future with an increased funding commitment.
"The Newton Fund will help to bring together the scientists, researchers and innovators who will find these solutions. Let’s see what we can discover together, ” British Ambassador to Jordan, Edward Oakden
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Princess Anne visited Changsha in the Hunan Province of south central China on 7 July 2017, where she helped launch the Newton Fund Alumni Network.
Representatives from Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Brazil and Argentina gathered last week at the British Embassy in Lima, Peru, for the Newton Fund LATAM Biodiversity Conference.
AHRC has published a feature article highlighting its Newton funded programmes.
Find out about our current activities in China in the February 2017 newsletter, now available.
Today, BBSRC has announced a total of 13 projects to be funded through the Newton Fund's UK-China-Thailand-Philippines-Vietnam Sustainable Rice Programme, across a range of research areas, to underpin the long-term sustainable production of rice.
The latest newsletter from the Newton Fund in China, known as the UK-China Research and Innovation Partnership Fund, is now available.