In Nicola, Loebel and Zuhr (2022), we write about funding to participate in conferences, undertake fieldwork campaigns or pay for salaries, such as in PhD projects or permanent research positions.
The paper is called
Money makes our world go round – funding landscape for polar early-career scientists in Germany
It further introduces our list of grant, fellowship and other funding opportunities while highlighting best practices for the funding quest.
Also, we newly revised our funding website! It now contains also a section on commonly asked questions, originating from our last webinar: Let’s talk funding! Thanks again to everyone who participated! You can read about this event here.
Do you have a polar related teaching concept? Or a story for a young audience? Have you been on fieldwork or to an interesting conference? Consider submitting to the DGP Journal Polarforschung as well!
Manuscript types include: reports for the polar community, teaching concepts, “the Polar Fox” (a feature explaining a scientific idea or fact for a younger audience), reviews on new non-fiction and fiction polar literature; event reports on conferences, workshops + meetings; polar photo highlights and more.
APECS Germany supports the publishing process in the form of a junior editor.
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