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For PhD students and postdocs selected by the YSF organizing committee to take part in the pre-Congress 澳门正版大全免费资料 Young Scientists’ Forum (YSF), 澳门正版大全免费资料 YSF grants cover registration, accommodation and most travel costs at both the YSF and ensuing 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress.

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For the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress, a large number of bursaries are offered by 澳门正版大全免费资料 to support the participation of PhD students and postdocs (within 5 years of having completed a PhD thesis) studying or working in a 澳门正版大全免费资料 country and travelling to the event from outside the host country. Applicants need to be submitting an abstract as first author to the event. The bursary covers the early registration fee and makes a significant contribution to travel and accommodation. For the latest full details on eligibility criteria and how to apply can be found on the current 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress website when registration opens.

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This scheme provides a 50% reduction in the early registration fee to researchers submitting an abstract as first author who are from Hinari (Research4Life) countries with 澳门正版大全免费资料 Constituent Societies. For an explanation of eligible countries and more details, see the current Congress website when registration opens.

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