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Research Funding News 5 2019

Autumn winds of change

We have arrived mid-way through the autumn semester, and whilst days are growing darker, shorter, colder and soggier, our workdays are sparkling with activity. And speaking of ‘sparkling’… 

Research Services are moving to The Spark! 

In the end of October, Research Services will be joining the rest of the section for Research, Collaboration and Innovation (FSI) to move into The Spark, the newly established main building at Medicon Village (Scheeletorget 1). We will be lodging on the fourth floor – come by and visit if you are in the neighborhood (we promise: no tricks, just treats)!

Happy Halloween//
Research Services 

Want to get in touch or just see what we do? You find us and our research funding activities on the Staff Pages, under the Research support tab! 

News: Horizon 2020

The EU's funding programme for research and innovation 2014-2020

Contact the EU team at Research Services for information and support in Horizon 2020.

The LU PIC code is 999901318 and the legal name is Lunds universitet.

Lund University has received its first ERC Synergy grant!

Martin Leijnse, researcher in solid state physics at LU, received the European Research Council’s (ERC) prestigious ‘Synergy Grant’, together with three researchers from the University of Copenhagen. The team will share EUR 10 million. The grant is aimed at research teams with two to four researchers who work synergistically to jointly tackle today’s biggest research challenges. 

Read more about the project here 
See further information on the Synergy grant scheme here

MSCA Individual Fellowships – an opportunity to recruit a colleague!

The MSCA Individual Fellowships offer post-doc funding 12-24 months. The fellow may be recruited from abroad or may already have a position at LU. For both categories a mobility rule applies, which for the call 2020 means that the fellow can have resided or carried out her main activity in the country of the host organisation for no more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the deadline 9 September 2020.

Do you already have someone in mind and want to know more about the fellowships? Please contact Research Services. We offer support throughput the process.

Do you not yet have a candidate but are thinking about recruiting? This is the time to start looking. The MSCA-Ifs can be used for funding a single post-doc, but they can also be used to enable structured mobility within your already established networks.

Further information on MSCA-IF

MSCA Innovative Training Networks – support from Research Services

If you plan to submit a proposal for an Innovative Training Network with deadline 14 January 2019, you are welcome to contact Research Services for support and advice.

Further information on MSCA-ITN 

AI for Health Imaging

The European Commission has launched a call for proposals with €35 million available aimed to support the development of analysis of health images for cancer diagnostics based on AI, as well as other tools and analytics focused on the prevention, prediction and treatment of the most common forms of cancer. The Commission is marketing this call in the context of its policy Communication on the digital transformation of health and care, from April 2018.  

Deadline is Wednesday 13 November

EU invests €50 million to create network of Artificial Intelligence excellence centres

The European Commission has launched a call for proposals with €35 million available aimed to support the development of analysis of health images for cancer diagnostics based on AI, as well as other tools and analytics focused on the prevention, prediction and treatment of the most common forms of cancer. The Commission is marketing this call in the context of its policy Communication on the digital transformation of health and care, from April 2018.  

Deadline is Wednesday 13 November
Further information
Current Horizon 2020 issues

ERC calls 2020

Synergy Grant (for groups of 2-4 Principal Investigators):
Deadline: 5 November 2019

Consolidator Grant (researchers awarded their PhD 7-12 years prior to 1 January 2020):
Deadline: 4 February 2020

Advanced Grant (established researchers):
Deadline: 26 August 2020

Proof of Concept Grants (for ERC grant holders):
Deadline: 22 January, 23 April, 17 September 2020

Contact Research Services if you are planning to apply for an ERC grant.

MSCA calls 2020

Innovative Training Networks (ITN)
Deadline: 14 January 2020 

Individual Fellowships (IF)
Deadline: 9 September 2020

Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)
Deadline: 28 April 2020

Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes (COFUND)
Deadline: 29 September 2020
Planning Grants for Horizon 2020 applications

Research Services Planning Grant
For planning Horizon 2020 proposals with three or more partners and LU is the coordinator. Please contact for further information.
The Swedish Energy Agency
For H2020 proposal with relevance for sustainable energy systems, including collaborative projects (partner or coordinator), ERC proposals, Marie Curie Individual Fellowships, etc. The application must be registered and received no later than six weeks before the deadline for the call.
Further information (only in Swedish) Call text (in Swedish)

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond support to Research initiation in Social Sciences and Humanities
This funding may be used for setting up a consortia preparing for a Horizon 2020 proposal - organising e.g. conferences, seminars, workshops and for the creation of new research networks. Grants for research initiation may be applied for at any time during the year.
Further information



UK in Horizon 2020 - Situation after the UK Referendum

For information and updates, consult the Universities UK webpage.

Horizon 2020: Work Programmes with calls for the years 2018-2020

Note that the entire Work Programme ends in 2020, and there is considerable money left to be distributed. 

You can find the calls here under the heading Work programmes – 2018-2020 – Main WP.

At Research Services we help you to find calls for proposals, give advice during the application phase, project budgeting and give help and advice with reporting. We are happy to give presentations on H2020 for your department or research group, and/or arrange seminars and workshops on H2020 sub-programs.
Register here to our thematic email lists. 
There are planning grants from Lund University when applying for a H2020 project with three or more partners. There are also planning grants from Swedish funding agencies. For more information on planning grants, read further down.


European Commission information events on Horizon 2020 calls
European Commission Horizon 2020 Events Calendar

Vinnova Information events on Horizon 2020
National Contact Points, Programme Committee experts and Project Officers from the European Commission provide you with the latest information on the 2018-2020 H2020 Work Programme. You will also get to meet evaluators and representatives from ongoing H2020 projects who share their experiences. Several of the information meetings are held in English. All meetings are web casted, see the VINNOVA site

News: Swedish funding bodies

Contact the Swedish funding bodies working group for help and advice on project applications and nominations that require central management. 

Three Lund University projects funded within WASP-HS  

The Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation has granted 96 million SEK to be shared by 16 research projects studying the impact of artificial intelligence and autonomous systems on our society and our behavior. These projects forms part of the enterprise called The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS). 

We are happy to see three granted projects from Lund University: ”The imperfect creator creating the perfect: Ethics for autonomous systems/AI” led by Professor Christian Balkenius, ”Quantum law: The legal significance of quantum computing” led by Dr. Valentin Jeutner and ”AI transparency and consumer trust” led by Associate Professor Stefan Larsson.
Further information 


SweCRIS is a national database managed by the Swedish Research Council on behalf of the Government that allows you to see how participating research funding bodies has distributed their money to Swedish recipients.  

Have a look

Vice-chancellor's letter to accompany NordForsk applications

Please note that applications to NordForsk interdisciplinary research, Nordic societal security and Digitalisation of the Public Sector must be accompanied by a support letter from the Vice-chancellor. Research Services handles this process.

Contact and for further info and templates.  

Find funding via Research Professional

RESEARCH PROFESSIONAL is a database for funding opportunities
Single-handedly search for funding opportunities directly relevant to you! Set up your personalized account and create an Opportunities Alert to get email notifications on funding opportunities that match your research profile.

Website and login

To get help setting up a personal account, please contact your library support

More valuable links on the Staff Pages
Swedish and Nordic research funding from A-Ö (in Swedish)
EU-funded research programs and other international funding agencies
Funding for postdocs and scientific conferences

Faculty funding information

Stay up to date with the help of LU faculties’ own information on funding

Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Humanities and Theology
Faculty of Science
School of Economics
Faculty of Engineering LTH
Faculty of Medicine

Travel and research grants at Lund University

Larger government & private funding bodies

Below follow links to Swedish government funding bodies, private foundations and collecting societies, and public foundations, that annually issues research grants within their allocated function or field of interest. Regularly visit their websites to get the latest on open and upcoming calls.  

Government funding bodies

Swedish Research Council
Sweden’s largest governmental research funding body, and supports research of the highest quality within all scientific fields.

Formas is a government research council for sustainable development. Areas of activity include the environment, agricultural sciences and spatial planning. 

Forte is a research council and a government agency under the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, funding research within three main fields: health, working life and welfare.

Vinnova is Sweden's government agency for innovation, contributing to sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovation. 

The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (Myndigheten för Samhällsskydd och beredskap)
Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Naturvårdsverket)
Swedish Energy Agency (Energimyndigheten)
Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket)
Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten)

Private Foundations & Collecting Societies

The Wallenberg Foundations
Consists of public and private foundations formed by the Wallenberg family or established in memory of family members. The Foundations grant funding to excellent researchers and research projects beneficial to Sweden.

Ragnar Söderberg Foundation
The Foundation prioritizes research focused on medicine, economy and law. Funding is granted younger researchers that has already demonstrated high academic skill and novel ideas. 

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond
RJ supports research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. 

The Swedish Cancer Society (Cancerfonden)
One of the largest financiers of cancer research in Sweden. Funding of research projects, care development projects, courses and collaborations, scientific meeting attendance, etc. 

The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation
The fund supports numerous fields of research connected to myocardial infarction, heart failure, vascular spasms, genetic heart defects, stroke, asthma, COPD and emphysema, among others.

Public Foundations

The Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen)
The knowledge foundation funds research and competence development at Sweden’s university colleges and new universities with the purpose of strengthening Sweden’s competitiveness.

Mistra invests in research aimed at solving key environmental problems and promoting Sweden’s future competitiveness. 

Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research
Funds research in science, engineering and medicine. Research group and individual grants, graduate school grants and grants to promote greater mobility.

The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT) invests in internationalisation projects proposed by researchers, educators and leaderships at Swedish universities.

Universität Hamburg collaborative initiatives: Call for proposals 

Lund University and Universität Hamburg have been working closely together in the past years and have agreed to support promising collaborative initiatives. This to stimulate collaborative activities to profit both universities. Researchers are invited to apply for funding up to a maximum of EUR 10,000.

For questions please contact Deadline: 15 January 2020

Do you have a great idea?

Do you have a really good idea? An idea which could go far and perhaps become a new product, a new service or a new working method in the future? Or an idea to make something that already exists so much better?
Together with Sparbanken Skåne, LU Innovation will award a total of SEK 300 000 to future innovations. All students and employees at Lund University are welcome to participate. Apply before 8 December!
Further information

Current calls & fellowships

A selection, sorted by deadline. 
Please also visit Research Professional for the latest opportunities

Guest researcher stays: New call from RJ (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond)
RJ announces grants to cover costs for scholarly work at the Swedish Mediterranean Institutes in Athens, Istanbul and Rome.
Deadline: 29 October 2019 at 16:00
Further information 

Swedish Asthma and Allergy Association Research Fund
The Swedish Asthma and Allergy Association announces the Kerstin Hejdenbergs Scholarship in support of young researchers. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage research on the psychological and social dimensions of the allergic disease. Research that can lead to improved communication between health professionals and patients, and interdisciplinary research, will be prioritized. 
Deadline: 31 October 2019
Further information

Swedish Institute (SI): Visby Programme – expert mobility 
The Swedish Institute (SI) Visby Programme is a scholarship programme for student, research and expert mobility in both directions between Sweden and Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine. Swedish students, PhD students, researchers and experts can apply for a SI scholarship to visit any of the countries included in the Visby Programme. The call is available for visits winter/spring 2020.
Deadline: 31 October 2019
Further information 

Syskonen Svenssons Foundation for Medical Research 
The foundation support research that aims to combat the most severe public diseases. For the 2019 call, funding will primarily be granted younger researchers (still within two years after dissertation). The foundation accepts applications via
Deadline: 31 October 2019

Road construction scholarship: Fredrik Bachmans memorial fund
The foundation invites applications concerning research on road construction in the wider sense, e.g. modern technology and sustainable methods in road construction that respects nature, landscape and history, or the historical perspective on roads, their utilization and significance for the origin of communities, construction methods, etc.

The application shall contain a brief description of the project, an economic plan and a CV. Please submit original + two copies to:  Stiftelsen Fredrik Bachmans Minnesfond c/o SEB, Private Banking, Stiftelser K G5, 106 40 STOCKHOLM
Deadline: 1 November 2019
Further information (in Swedish)

Funding opportunities in forestry 
Hildur & Sven Wingquist Foundation (in Swedish)
Stina Werner Fund (in Swedish)
Vidfelts Fund (in Swedish)
Deadline: 8 November 2019
Further information (in Swedish)

Thuréus foundation for geriatric and general odontology research
A total amount of 900 000 SEK from Thuréus foundation for geriatric research is provided for “research with regard to aging, aging-associated problems and illnesses, including their prevention and cure, and the principles to govern geriatric care. Technical aids and special building and interior design issues should be studied.”

A total amount of 640 000 SEK from Thuréus foundation for general odontology is provided for “research with regard to the teeth, jaws and oral cavity, considered broadly, and with regard to associated problems, including preventive medicine and cures for diseases.”

Application can be made by researchers from all Swedish universities engaged in medical research. In the web application information can be found on what attachments are required.

Deadline: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 17:00. 
Further information and application: geriatric research and general odontology 

NordForsk: Calls for proposals  
Please note that applications to the below NordForsk opportunities must me accompanied by a support letter from the Vice-chancellor. Please contact and for further info. 

Nordic Programme for Interdisciplinary Research
Nordforsk, together with the Academy of Finland, the Independent Research Fund Denmark, the Swedish Research Council and the Research Council of Norway, invites proposals for its call for interdisciplinary research projects under the Nordic Programme for Interdisciplinary Research. Projects should combine at least two of three following disciplines: life science; physical sciences and engineering; social sciences and humanities.
Deadline: 13 November 
Further information

Nordic societal security in light of the emerging global and regional trends
A new call for funding is available for collaborative research projects on Nordic societal security in light of the emerging global and regional trends. The programme is a collaborative effort between the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection, Research Council of Norway, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, Icelandic Centre for Research (Rannís), Academy of Finland, Danish Emergency Management Agency, Finnish Ministry of Interior. 
Deadline: 20 November 2019 
Further information

Digitalisation of the Public Sector
The overarching aim of the call is to combine and integrate knowledge-based, digital innovation efforts with research on the related effects and/or impact on society and end-users, based on factors that enable and drive digital transformation of public sector.
Deadline: 16 January 2020
Further information

Swedish Society for Medical Research: Postdoctoral scholarships 2020
The Swedish Society for Medical Research (Svenska Sällskapet för Medicinsk Forskning, SSMF) annually announces fellowships for postdoctoral studies in medical science with the objective of qualifying as an associate professor. These fellowships, which are tax-free, provide a monthly sum of 25 000 SEK (full-time) or 17 000 SEK (half-time); at the end of the fellowship period, a seed grant of a maximum of 250 000 SEK is also provided.
Deadline: 15 November 2019
Further information

Opportunities with the Stockholm worker’s institute (Stockholms Arbetareinstitut)

The Anton Nystöm Scholarship
This scholarship aims to benefit research or other sorts of in-depth studies related to Swedish popular adult education in the broader sense. Maximum sum to be granted is 100 000 SEK.
Deadline: 15 November 2019 
Further information (in Swedish)
Scholarships for Stockholm research 
Two scholarships named à 50 000 SEK are available for research related to the worker’s culture and popular adult education in Stockholm. 
Deadline: 15 November 2019
Further information (in Swedish) 

Scholarships for doctoral students 
Four scholarships à 100 000 SEK are available for PhD students concerned with Swedish popular adult education in the broader sense.
Deadline: 31 January 2020
Further information (in Swedish)

Swelife: Collaborative innovation projects for better health
Joint call between Swelife & Medtech4Health to secure Sweden’s position as a world-leader in Life Sciences. Projects shall have a great potential to contribute to improved prevention, diagnosis, monitoring or treatment. Eligible to apply are actors from the industry, the healthcare sector, and higher education institutions. A project consortia must consist of at least two actors from these different sectors. The max amount to be granted is 3 million SEK (max 50% of the project budget). Applications are to be submitted via Vinnova’s portal.  
Deadline: 28 November 2019
Further information (in Swedish)

The Nordic Road Association (NVF) Scholarship 
Annual call for scholarships in support of research and development related to roads, traffic and transport. One or several scholarship(s) are granted, and total amount is 200.000 SEK. 
Deadline: 31 december 2019.
Further information (in Swedish)

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative: biology of neurodegenerative diseases
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative invites applications for a new RFA for collaborative pilot projects to explore innovative, interdisciplinary approaches for addressing key challenges in the biology of neurodegenerative diseases. Application portal is open. 
Deadline: January 14, 2020. 
Further information

SWEA: Agneta & Gunnar Intercultural relations scholarship 2020
SWEA, Swedish Women’s Educational Association International, invites applications to the Agneta & Gunnar Intercultural relations scholarship, from applicant who has recently graduated with a Candidate or Masters degree from a Swedish university. The applicants must already have established the necessary contacts allowing them perform intercultural studies at a foreign university.    
Deadline: 15 January 2020
Further information (in Swedish)

Swedish Research Council (VR): CHIST-ERA
Research project grant for international collaboration within Long-term Information and Communication Technologies. The purpose of this grant is to support international collaboration within the European programme CHIST-ERA that promotes research on Long-term Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
Deadline: 16 January 2020
Further information 

Formas: Economic and financial drivers for climate action
The call is aimed at active researchers associated with universities, colleges or research institutes. The call consists of two focus areas: (1) The role of the economy in the climate transition and (2) The financial sector and the climate. You can apply for a maximum of SEK 10 million for one project. 
Deadline: 30 january 2020
Further information

Running calls & fellowships

Recurring opportunities with the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation and the Tore Browahld Foundation

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond: Grants for Research Initiation

These grants may be applied for at any time during the year. Funding decisions are taken at intervals of about 2-4 times each semester.
Further information

STINT Initiation Grants
The purpose of STINT’s activity is to strengthen the competitiveness of Swedish universities and colleges through the development of international relationships. Initiation grants are given for the implementation of short-term projects targeting the building of new and strategically interesting international relationships.

Applications may be submitted continuously throughout the year. Upcoming 2019 deadlines for assessment of received applications: November 5, 15:00
Further information and Complete call text

Opportunities with The Wenner-Gren Foundations
The Wenner-Gren Foundations (The Wenner-Gren Center Foundation for Scientific Research, The Axel Wenner-Gren Foundation for International Exchange of Scientists and The Foundation Wenner-Grenska Samfundet) support international scientific exchange. Several different scholarships are available: 

Post doc scholarship, non-Swedish applicants, for 2-year stay in Sweden
Deadline: 1 October 2019 Further information (in Swedish)

Guest researcher scholarships to facilitate non-Swedish senior researcher’s stay in Sweden 
Deadline: 1 October 2019 / 10 March 2020 Further information (in Swedish)

Sabbatical scholarships to facilitate Swedish senior researcher’s stay at a university abroad.
Next deadline: 1 October 2019 / 10 March 2020. Further information (in Swedish)

Travelling grants, for shorter stays abroad and active participation in international congresses, symposia, workshops and courses. 
Next deadline: 1 October 2019 / 10 March 2020 Further information (in Swedish)

Wenner-Gren Fellows: 3 year post doc scholarships 
Next deadline: 31 January 2020. Further information (in Swedish)

The Romanus Fund: Contributions to scientific research on the nature of inventing
Stiftelsen för Främjande av Uppfinnarverksamhet (SfU) is financing research on the nature of inventing and the various working phases that forms part of an invention’s development from idea to product. Applications accepted around the year. 
Further information (in Swedish)

Humbolt Scholarships for Post-Doctoral Training on Sustainable Development in Germany (all areas)
A Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers allows you to carry out long-term research (6-24 months) in Germany. Applicants choose their own topic of research. Researchers from outside Germany at the beginning of their academic career with a completed doctorate in the last four years may apply.
Deadline: anytime
Further information

The Marcus Wallenberg Prize
The Prize is awarded to recognize, encourage and stimulate path-breaking scientific achievements which contribute significantly to broader knowledge and/or technical development within all subjects relevant to the forest-based sector all over the world. Nominations of candidates are accepted via an internet-form or by e-mail or mail, at any time of the year, and are considered by the Marcus Wallenberg Prize Selection Committee in a continuous process.
Further information

STIAS Fellowships for Swedish researchers (all areas)
STIAS provides and maintains an independent ‘creative space for the mind’ to advance the cause of science and scholarship across all disciplines. It is global in its reach and local in its African roots, and values original thinking and innovation in this context. In summary, the idea is that distinguished researchers shall be given the opportunity to engage in undistracted research, achieved by a sustained (1-3 month or more) stay at STIAS. Admittance to the STIAS programme is either by invitation or by application. STIAS welcomes fellowship applications on a semester deadline basis. 
Applications by Swedish researchers will be considered within the framework of support provided by the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation, or in the case of applications related to STIAS Theme projects, the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. 

Further information (incl. further links and application details)

Those interested in this opportunity area sked to contact Professor Kåre Bremer,, 0733-669169. For more info about the stay, you are welcome to contact one of the previous LU STIAS Fellows: Christopher Edling, Anna Hultgårdh, Lars Larsson, Jan Nilsson, Erik Svensson, Sven Åberg


Additional info, events and seminars


Big Science Sweden Conference 2019! 

Where and when? Elite Hotel Ideon in Lund, 26-27 November 2019

Big Science Sweden Conference will focus on current needs in Big Science, such as how to manage procurements and how to team up with other companies and/or academia. Further information, agenda and registration can be found here. Read more about Big Science Sweden here.

Seminar: Ethical aspects on collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry 

Where and when? Fernströmsalen, BMC, Lund University, 13 November 2019 

Contacts between Lund University and the industry may give rise to ethical questions related to for example the university’s autonomy, demands regarding data access, or the influence over the implementation of education. The Lund University Research Ethics Council is arranging a seminar to discuss and enlighten questions that may emerge in the encounter between researchers and pharmaceutical industry. In Swedish. Further information and registration

AI Lund: Join the network!

AI Lund is an interdisciplinary network for research, education and innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence. It is coordinated by Lund University and open to members from academia, industry, public sector and other organisations.

Career development for academic staff

Lund University career development activities are offered in English and the vast majority are free of charge, both for individuals and departments. Some activities are suitable for doctoral students, some for staff in postdoctoral positions and others for research team leaders. Further information

Contact: Åsa Thormählen at the Learning and Development office.

Upcoming academic career development opportunities are:  
Get published, get reviewed and get your research out there!  (27 November) 

Further LU support

LU Innovation’s funding assistance 

LU Innovation has various ways in which it can help fund research-based commercialization projects. For further information, please visit the website.

Legal Division

Many research projects are funded through grants or in some other way by an external party, such as another authority or a company. A contract is signed between the university and the external party as regards the terms of the funding (e.g. use of the funds, publication, rights to the results, liability, project organisation and management, etc.). Contact the Legal Division for e.g. legal advice, help with the evaluation of terms and the drafting of agreements, and support during negotiations. Further information and contact

Development Office

With the help of donations, we can can fund more research, education and other activities. Do you have contact with potential donors, or would like to discuss the possibility of donations to your particular research? Please contact the Development Office for further information.

Research ethics information

The website provides information on ethical guidelines and laws affecting the research process. The information is based on Swedish law and on regulations at Lund University. As an employee of Lund University, you also have access to research ethics support. Address any questions or queries to for advice and answers or to set up a meeting.

Lund University Libraries (LUB)

LUB is a university-wide network of libraries situated in Lund, Malmö and Helsingborg. The University Library's research communications office works to support the various stages of the research publication process.   

Beware of ‘open access’ scam!

See list of grey zone OA publishing houses

LU funding for the article processing cost in open access journals

Lund University support authors publishing in OA journals (PLoS, BioMed Central, Hindawi etc) by covering 50 % of the article processing charge.
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