RedBioLAC Network Presents New Student Internship Programme

he Latin American biogas network RedBioLAC recently launched its call for proposals for its new student internship programme.

This programme aims to facilitate and support applied research on topics relevant to network members by involving students at the advanced stages of their studies. This serves to address knowledge gaps, while simultaneously contributing to international knowledge-sharing and capacity-building of the next generation of experts and decision-makers in Latin America and the Caribbean.

More information and the application form can be accessed here (Spanish only).

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