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Indonesian Researchers Stand a Chance to Be Rewarded with LNest Grant. Submission Deadline is extended to 17 December 2017.

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Leave a Nest Co., Ltd. has announced LNest Grant for the first time in Indonesia in its effort to recognize and assist world-changing research project by passionate young researchers in the field of science and technology. LNest Grant is a collaboration between Leave a Nest and its partner companies. It has already been introduced in several countries around the world such as Japan and UK.

Realizing that local herbs and ethnomedicine in Indonesia have tremendous benefits for human health and well-being, the objective of LNest Grant in Indonesia is to encourage young researchers to activate their research projects in finding functional compounds or materials that lies deep within the rich biodiversity of Indonesia.

Through this grant, Leave a Nest would also like to welcome partner companies from other fields with similar vision to join LNest Grant and expand this project to support young researchers in Indonesia and accelerate their research to a higher level.

What is LNest Grant?

LNest grant is a support system for active young researchers and graduate students who are passionate about their research. Since its first inception in year 2001, Leave a Nest has never looked back and continued to provide the much needed support by the research community, in line with its ethos “Advancing Science and Technology for Global Happiness”.

About LNest Grant in Indonesia

Theme: Research related to natural materials or compounds including from plants and insects which can be applied as new materials for relaxation, excitement or recharging for human.

Target: Researcher below the age of 40 and an Indonesian citizen who researches in Indonesian university or research institute.

Number of Award: 1

Grant Amount : USD2,500

Deadline for Submission of Application : 17 December 2017 (24:00 midnight, Tokyo time).

Steps to Apply for LNest Grant in Indonesia

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Ida*rahayu Ayob. Master in Technology and Innovation Management, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. She completed her first degree in Information Technology (majoring in Artificial Intelligence). Prior to joining Leave a Nest Malaysia, she had served a government agency and actively involved in bridging programs between the academia and industry, train-the-trainers, national scholarship and also research encouragement funds in new technology. She's an industry advisor for several universities and regulatory bodies in Malaysia. At Leave a Nest Malaysia, Idarahayu is with the Strategy Development Division. She's on the lookout for new corporate partners and responsible in expanding real-tech seed acceleration program and its ecosystems.

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