If your organisation implements non-commercial projects that focus on technology or sciences, you may apply for financial support to realize more educational initiatives. Ernest Solvay Fund will provide monetary support to projects that develop scientific research and entrepreneurial skills in young people. The deadline is on Monday 15th March 2021.
One of the primary aims of the Ernest Solvay Fund is to promote interest in scientific and technological training and development, both in Belgium and abroad.
It does this by supporting initiatives in both education and entrepreneurship in areas of science and technology.
Twice a year, in the spring and autumn, the management committee meets to select initiatives which are in accordance with the aim of the fund. Projects with potential impact and an innovative character can be supported.
The organization of conferences may be taken into account provided they bring together young people for educational purposes.
The projects outside the European borders have to be realized in countries where Solvay is active or be supported by or implemented in partnership with an European organization.
The deadline is on Monday 15th March 2021.
Eligible organisations should implement a non-commercial project which is intended to promote and encourage:
- Scientific/technological training or study as a choice for young people and/or training of their entrepreneurial skills.
- Promotion of and involvement in scientific research.
- Scientific and technological entrepreneurship.
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