Submit Project Support Proposal
Do you have a project that you would like support for? If so, find out below how FEMS could help your project.
We have been working together with our Member Societies to support and increase the impact of a variety of activities, such as International Microorganism Day with the Portuguese Society of Microbiology, and the #EUROmicroMOOCs with the Spanish Society for Microbiology, which has now published details of its results.
What support is available?
- the use of our network to support with promotion, communication, and digital media
- connecting your project with experts, researchers, freelancers, and administrators
- support and advice with recruitment of volunteers and on volunteer management
Who can apply?
You can apply for support if you are a member of one of our Member Societies. These proposals will be reviewed by our Board to see which could be incorporated into the delivery programme.
How does it work?
These proposals will then be reviewed by FEMS Board of Directors who will determine which proposal will be accepted into our delivery programme.
When will I know if I am successful? When will the support for my project begin?
If successful, support for this project will begin in the year after the proposal is made and last for an initial period of 1 year. Assessment by the Board will then be made to determine whether continuation of support is suitable further.
This Thematic Issue from FEMS Yeast Research comprises papers published in the past year by attendees at the ICY15/ICYGMB30 conference. These comprise original articles, reviews and perspective pieces. At the time of the conference ~15 articles have already been published with more in-train. The call for papers has been extended to 30th September for submission of original research papers by an attendee at the conference (presenting or corresponding author). As the yeast community journal, it is appropriate that FEMS Yeast Research is publishing this special issue to mark the first joint congress between these two large (and overlapping) yeast communities.