Sustainability Research Grant Competition Seeks Groundbreaking Research Ideas


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A new $21,367 dollar grant for a one-year investigation is being awarded to meet global research needs.

The 2017 Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition (BCFN) is looking for groundbreaking research ideas around the sustainability of food systems. BCFN grants support PhD and postdoctoral researchers under the age of 35 or who are pursuing or completed a PhD in the field of food and nutrition.

Researchers who are currently undergoing research or have new research are encouraged to submit projects online through the BCFN website by June 28th. Three awards will be given and all finalists will be a part of the BCFN Alumni to keep topics and dialogue alive on these subjects.

To learn more about this research grant opportunity, click here.


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