2017 Study Awards
ASPAC and the Plant Nutrition Trust would like to invite candidates to apply fro the following annual travel awards:
2017 Roger Hill ASPAC Travel Award
It is a pleasure to announce that the 2017 Travel Award will be named after Roger Hill in recognition of his contributions to ASPAC. Roger is Executive Director of Hill Laboratories based in Hamilton, New Zealand. Hill Laboratories currently employs about 350 staff, and offers a wide range of analyses, including soil and plant testing.
2017 Plant Nutrition Trust AwardThese grants are provided on a competitive basis to enable graduate students and early career scientists to attend international meetings or to perform research in overseas labs. Successful applications need to be relevant to some aspect of plant nutrition or soil fertility. The amount of each grant will vary depending on the activity being proposed and the potential for other support. Most grants range from $200 to $2,000. Applications close on 10th March 2017.
Application forms for both awards are available from the ASPAC website