SPRINT has new call for proposals Versão em português

The goal is to fund the collaboration of researchers from the state of São Paulo with seven institutions in other countries.

The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) announces a new call for proposals under the SPRINT – São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration initiative.

This call for proposals intends to foster the engagement of researchers affiliated with higher education and research institutions in the state of São Paulo with researchers abroad, qualitatively boosting ongoing research projects and working cooperatively to develop joint, médium- and long-duration research projects.

The call for proposals details the conditions for proposal submissions in partnerhips with six institutions of research and higher learning:

- Delft University of Technology, Nehterlands
- Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (FNRS), Belgium
- Technical University of Munich, Germany
- Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia
- University of Bath, United Kindom
- University of Exeter, United Kindom
- University of Surrey, United Kindom

Principal Investigators of ongoing research projects funded by FAPESP within the following FAPESP funding modalities: Regular Research Awards (excluding mobility projects), Thematic Projects, Young Investigators, Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centers (CEPIDs/RIDCs), Public Education Research Program, Research in Public Policies, and Research Partnership for Technological Innovation (PITE). Co-Principal Investigators of ongoing Thematic Projects, CEPIDs/RIDCs and PITEs are also eligible to apply.

FAPESP may receive proposals from researchers whose partners are from institutions with which FAPESPdoes not have a current Agreement. In that case, the Principal Investigator must present to FAPESP evidence of availability of matching funds

Submissions to FAPESP must be filed exclusively through the SAGe system (

The deadline for submission is October 31, 2022.

The call for proposals is published at:

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