Sloan Research Fellowship

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The Sloan Research Fellowship is awarded annually by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to 126 graduate researchers who have a tenure-track position at a college or university in the USA or Canada. This position must include a teaching obligation. The Sloan Research Fellowships were first awarded in 1955 in the fields of physics, chemistry, and mathematics. The scholarships run for two years and begin on September 15 of each year. At present, the Fellowships are awarded to scientists who have made important in the following areas Posts: Chemistry, Computational and Evolutionary Molecular Biology ( Computational and Evolutionary Molecular Biology ), economics, mathematics, neuroscience ( neuroscience ), Sea ( Ocean Sciences ) and physics. As of 2018, the grant is $ 65,000.

The Sloan Research Fellowship should not be confused with the Sloan Fellows program .

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