Opportunities for graduate students

April 3, 2012 at 9:34 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
Learning by doing: hands-on training on modern plant breeding techniques

Learning by doing: hands-on training on modern plant breeding techniques

The Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development has long been a key supporter of ICARDA’s capacity building programs – which have benefited over 17,000 researchers, including more than 600 MSc and PhD students. The Fund has approved a new research grant targeted mainly at graduate students from Arab countries. Up to 20 places are available each year, through a competitive selection process.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to conduct their thesis research at ICARDA (headquarters or outreach locations) or at partner national centers, under the joint supervision of ICARDA scientists. They will work on research problems directly related to the priorities of their countries and of ICARDA, e.g. crop improvement, natural resource management, small ruminant production, socio-economics. Application procedures and other details will be announced shortly


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  1. i have 30 lines of sesame ,risan from half diellel between different six parents.now reached to F6 generation. my study base on evaluation these lines in Nobaria reigon to have a new type of sesame suitable to desert land. but i need fund to complete my work.
    ayman anter saber
    Degree /Ph.d
    Researcher Assistant
    Field Crop dep. at National Research Center
    Cairo- Egypt

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