Beilstein Research Scholarship Program
The Beilstein research scholarship program is addressed to young scientists who are intending to follow up their scientific education/qualification in a basic research project in chemistry and related disciplines.
The Beilstein-Institut awards the scholarships for up to three years. The selection process is based on external expert opinions and reviews by the foundation. Additionally, applicants who are shortlisted will be invited to introduce themselves as well as their project.
On July 1, 2012, the Beilstein-Institut awarded scholarships to 15 young scientists to conduct their doctoral projects in the areas of nanoscopy, chemical biology, explorative catalysis, energy engineering, micro and nanostructures as well as material science.
These scholarship holders will conduct their studies at various universities, Helmholtz-Institutes and Max-Planck-Institutes all over Germany. Some of the projects that were selected this year, for example, focus on the development of affordable dye solar cells, the absorbance of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide employing the help of sunlight, the fabrication of semiconductors with a thickness of only a few nanometers, the investigation of active pharmaceutical ingredients and diagnostics as well as the synthesis of natural substances using enzymes.
Currently, a new call for proposals is not planned for 2013.
Here you will find details regarding the scholarship program and information about how to file an application.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us by phone (+49-(0)69-7167 320) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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