We encourage young scientists to develop a career in science and actively contribute to ongoing research. As a result, an increasing number of young scientists are involved in ECETOC activities and working closely with experts from the industry and academia to advance their work.
In addition to the Science Awards recognition we also facilitate access to grants in Europe. Here below are a series of grants mechanisms that we recommend.
- Cefic LRI:
Every year, the LRI programme announces five to ten Requests for Proposals, inviting research organisations to respond to the call for research on specific areas.
- SETAC Europe:
In accordance with SETAC’s mission and values, the Society provides grant opportunities and financial stipends to support students and professionals and to promote diversity and inclusion.
- Marie Curie Foundations:
Marie Curie Fellowships are European research grants available to researchers regardless of their nationality or field of research.
- EU Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS):
This contest is an initiative of the European Commission under the Science and Society programme. It was set up to promote the ideals of cooperation and information exchange between young scientists.
Please also check regularly our own membership webpages for grants opportunities in the field of science.