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Participants from developing countries

As an international research centre, the Isaac Newton Institute is committed to equal opportunities throughout all of our activities.

Of the ~2,000 researchers and scientists that visit INI as either programme or workshop participants throughout a typical year, roughly a third will be based in the UK, a third will be based in Europe, and a a third will be based in North America, Asia and the rest of the world. We are consequently aware that providing support to mathematical minds from all corners of the globe is key to maintaining our position at the forefront of the science.

As a result, the Institute has schemes in place to fund participants from developing countries and allow them to attend the activities that take place here. Eligible participants will be contacted directly by the Institute, so please apply for workshops in the normal way. No other action is required in the first instance.

To find out more about which nationalities may be eligible for financial support, please see the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) Development Assistance Committee (DAC) list linked below.

> DAC list of ODA recipients

University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
    Clay Mathematics Institute London Mathematical Society NM Rothschild and Sons