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New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre -- Livestock Emissions Research

The government of New Zealand sponsors LEARN as a program to build international capability in livestock emissions research. The program is New Zealand's contribution to the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases, which seeks to reduce the emissions intensity of agriculture and increase its potential for soil carbon sequestration. LEARN invites applications from technical staff and scientists in developing countries and GRA member countries who will work alongside New Zealand colleagues. The program offers a co-funded PhD scholarship; postdoctoral fellowship; technical training award; and Global Research Alliance Senior Scientist (GRASS) award. Each of these awards is explained in the announcement. Applicants should submit an expression of interest for any of the awards at any time during the year. LEARN encourages applicants to submit an expression of interest as soon as possible in view of deadlines for full applications in April, June, and October (varying by type of award).
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