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The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation welcomes proposals for original studies with annual duration for the year 2009.
The studies should:
Terms and conditions
The funding of each study will be based on a detailed budget to be submitted with the rest of the required documents. The maximum available funding for each study amounts to twelve thousand euros (€12,000), including all kinds of charges such as deductions, taxes, etc.
Evaluation - Selection
Proposals will be evaluated by a special Scientific Committee of the Foundation. The Foundation's Executive Board will consider the above-mentioned evaluation and will select at its discretion up to ten (10) studies to be funded in 2009.
How to submit applications
Interested parties should fill in the application form and send it electronically to [email protected], or by post on a CD to the following address
John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation
59 Diligianni, 14562, Kifissia
Any questions or clarifications can be sent electronically to: [email protected].
The deadline for submission is 14 November 2008 and the results will be announced by 16 January 2009.
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