General European Sources
Funds research in multiple areas, including research projects, postdoctoral and graduate fellowships, and long- and short-term projects, and encourages international applicants and research around the world.
The Science and Technology Network funds seven research centers across Europe with the purpose of strengthening international collaboration. It provides funds for the organization of seminars, conferences, workshops, and training courses, and offers travel awards for young investigators to attend.
Conducts research into the relationship between brain mechanisms and behavior and offers travel fellowships for PhD students.
- The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Program funds research in multiple areas, including providing research grants and professional development training for early career, established, and international researchers.
- Find information on EU-funded research projects and project results on the CORDIS website.
Funds research in molecular biology and offers short- and long-term fellowships for young researchers.
European Neuroscience Campus
Conducts neuroscience research, funded by the Erasmus Mundus program, and provides fellowships and grants for graduate study at seven different European university campuses.
Dedicated to linking funds from European funding organizations to neuroscience research. Implements joint funding schemes between multiple national and international agencies.
Funds research in multiple areas, providing short- and long-term funding for early and established career researchers.
Funds research in multiple areas and is affiliated with multiple universities and institutes across Europe. Provides research project grants and travel awards.
Promotes research in multiple areas, including science and technology. Research project funding is open to PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, established researchers, and research institutions. Open to international applicants.
Funds research in multiple areas.
Funds research in multiple areas, providing grants to standalone projects and special research programs. Allocates money for special programs for young investigators and international researchers.
Funds research in multiple areas.
Promotes and sponsors scientific research in Flanders. Funds fellowships, grants, sabbatical leave, research projects, and international programs. Offers PhD fellowships, postdoctoral programs, established career researchers.
Funds research in multiple areas. Provides funds for research training, projects, conferences, international travel, professional development, and scientific publications. Offers special funding for early and established career researchers, groups, postdoc, and PhD program grants.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Funds research in multiple areas. Provides a list of calls for specific projects and student scholarship applications, which is available only in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Sponsors research in six broad scientific areas. Provides money for research projects, equipment, and national science awards for junior researchers.
Funds research in basic sciences. Funds long-term research projects by individuals or institutions.
Promotes research in multiple areas. Awards PhD program scholarships for graduate students and research project grants for junior researchers and universities.
Archimedes Foundation has been established by the Estonian government to coordinate and implement different international and national programs and projects in training, education and research.
Funds a biotechnology program on behalf of biotechnology firms, seeking to grow Estonia's biotechnology sector and make increasing use of biotechnology applications for producing and developing products.
One of the main activities of the Estonian Research Council (ETAg) is to finance national basic and applied research and researcher mobility. National funding can be applied for institutional research funding or personal research funding.
Funds research in multiple areas. Offers research project and program funding, fellowships, international cooperation funding, and researcher training, including special programs for young investigators, research by "centers of excellence," professors, and established researcher fellowships. Lists of centers of excellence.
Funds research in six areas, including biology and health, and maintains a partnership and consortia of teams from public labs and companies. Also participates in extensive partnerships with other countries. Sponsors a special program for young investigators within and outside the six major disciplines, as well as for foreign research.
Funds research in biological sciences, with a focus on infectious diseases. Research is completed at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, funding several visiting-scientist programs.
Funds research in multiple areas. Offers fellowships and grants for academic study and travel awards. Funding is open to international applicants.
Funds research in multiple areas. Provides fellowships for young investigators; funds research projects.
Funds research in multiple areas. Provides grants for individual researchers and fellowships for young investigators, coordinated programs, and international programs.
Conducts and supports computational neuroscience research. Funded by the German Ministry for Education & Research (BMBF) and the American National Science Foundation (NSF). Offers research project grants along a variety of themes, teaching and training programs, with funding available for PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and established researchers.
Funds research in multiple areas of science that are deemed important to the national economy and quality of life. Supervises 12 research centers and provides grants for research and technology dissemination.
Funds research in basic sciences, providing research project grants and postdoctoral fellowships. Funding is open to international researchers.
Promotes research in multiple areas of science; majority of funding is given in three specific fields, but smaller allocations are given for a broader range of scientific researcher.
Focuses on basic research programs for research of “national importance.”
Funds research in multiple areas of science and provides loans and grants for students of sciences.
Funds research in multiple areas. Annual calls and specific grant schemes are outlined.
Funds research in multiple areas. Holds competitions for research fellowships and offers grants for equipment.
Promotes scientific research at Dutch universities with more than 120 research programs and grants. Provides special FTE programs for PhD students, research trainees, assistants, and postdoctoral fellows.
Focuses on neuroinformatics and neuroscience. Funded by Norwegian Research Council. Funds small research projects, conference participation, and international workshop participation.
Focuses on research in multiple areas, including neuroscience. Funds NeuroNor, The National Initiative on Neuroscience Research and INCF. Provides small- and large-scale research projects by established researchers and international researchers.
Funds research in multiple areas, including an upcoming pilot program in "Health and Life Sciences."
Promotes scientific research that translates directly into innovation and development. Open to international applicants.
Funds research in multiple areas. Offers PhD scholarships, postdoctoral grants, and research project grants. Falls under the aegis of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education.
Grants for the education of future researchers.
Focuses on research and development in natural sciences, technological science, and high-tech innovation. Has partnerships with universities and public institutes in Romania.
Funds research in multiple areas. Funded research projects can only be completed at a Russian institute of higher education. Holds a competition for research projects in which both Russian and international applicants are eligible.
Russian Science Foundation was established on the initiative of the President of the Russian Federation to support basic research and development of leading research teams in different fields of science.
Funds research in multiple areas. Sponsors an International researcher program, postdoctoral training, and research project grants. Provides links to partners and other collaborators on website.
Funds research in multiple areas. Offers 30 Master's research degree scholarships in collaboration with Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo master's program.
Funds research in multiple areas. Provides postdoctoral fellowships, equipment grants, and international collaboration grants. Lists calls for proposals online.
Funds research in multiple areas and participates in bilateral funding programs with international collaborators. Funds special bilateral projects, exchange programs, and internship grants. Eligible applicants are early and established career established researchers from Switzerland and partner countries.
Funds research in multiple areas, offering research project grants, conference grants, equipment grants, publication grants, and international travel grants. Open to international researchers, so long as they are working in Switzerland.
Provides research funding for biosciences within four broad areas and has extensive partnerships with international institutions. Offers grants for long- and short-term research and travel awards and provides for special programs for young investigators.
Funds research in multiple areas and offers large scale grants and fellowships.
Funds research in multiple areas, including neurosciences. The Neuroscience and Mental Health Board oversees neuroscience research.
Funds research into all aspects of Parkinson's and offers project grants, career development awards, PhD studentships, and innovation grants. International applicants are eligible.
Funds research in multiple areas, including neuroscience. Offers research project grants and grants for research centers. Open to international applicants.
Funds research in multiple areas, including an initiative in neurodegenerative diseases. Provides strategic awards, funds for UK and international researchers, project awards, and training grants. Eligible applicants are senior, international, and young researchers, including postdoctoral fellows.