North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
The Nato Science Programme http://www.nato.int/science/homepage.htm provides offers support for scientific collaboration in general science, or in a number of Priority Areas, between NATO-country scientists and scientists in NATO's Partner countries. The following types of collaborative activity are supported:
The Priority Areas in 1998 are Environmental Security, High Technology, Disarmament Technologies, Science and Technology Policy, and Computer Networking.
Support for applied industrial and environmental R&D projects in Partner countries, in collaboration with NATO country counterparts, is also available under the Science for Peace (SfP) Programme.
Science Fellowships are also supported; the NATO Science Fellowships Programme is fully described in http://www.nato.int/science/fellow01.htm.
While precise eligibility criteria vary from country to country, fellowships are generally available to both Partner scientists and NATO scientists. Science Fellowships are administered in NATO countries, and further information on eligibility, applications, deadlines etc., is available from the National Administrator.