Mobility and collaboration are an essential part of today’s research landscape. International mobility – researchers travelling to other countries as part of their research – continues to impact our global knowledge. In a prime example of international research mobility in action, fifteen partners from thirteen countries, including two North American partners from USA and Canada, have joined forces to improve the capacities for marine-based research in the ice covered Arctic Ocean.
This paper explores how international mobility is making an impact on the world of research; things to consider when setting up an international research project; how to navigate the international mobility funding landscape; top tips to bear in mind when writing funding proposals.
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