Travel grant to attend the INRC 2016 meeting
Hello Bio is delighted to be able to offer a $500 travel grant for a post graduate to attend the International Narcotics Research Conference on the 10-14 July 2016 in Bath, UK.
It’s easy and quick to apply!
There are no complicated rules or terms and conditions – you just need to be a post-graduate attending the INRC 2016 conference, and be able to tell us why you think you deserve it. However, to make it fair to all, there are a few requirements:
- you need to be a current post-graduate
- you must provide a detailed breakdown of what the money will be used for, and what funding (if any) you have already obtained. Things we are looking for are direct travel costs, or registration fees - not your beer supply for the week!
- you must provide a short paragraph about why it is important for you to attend the INRC 2016 meeting
- and finally - we will need a short statement from your supervisor / PI to confirm your application (by separate email, and not from a personal email account)
Assuming the above requirements are met, we will enter you into a draw for the travel grant. Your application and your PI's confirmation statement should be emailed to email@example.com and we will let you know if you are successful.
- The draw will take place on 10th June 2016– so just make sure your application is in before then.
- The winner will be notified immediately and announced on our website.
- If the winner is presenting, we ask that you acknowledge Hello Bio's financial support on your poster, or in your communication, and send us a copy.
- As is usual with these sorts of things - we do reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time.
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