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OST Scientist Network & ASciNA News

The OST network of Austrian scientists & scholars abroad was established by the Office of Science & Technology (OST) at the Austrian Embassy in Washington, DC, and focuses on the outreach of government-related agencies to Austrian scientists in North America. Its main objective has been to support the scientific community with information and specific advice wherever necessary and requested.

Encouraged by the OST, an independent association - ASciNA (Austrian Scientists and Scholars in North America) - was founded in 2002 with local chapters being established all over the US and Canada. For further information about ASciNA please visit www.ascina.at.

 bridges vol. 34, July 2012 / News from the Network: Austrian Researchers Abroad

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Travel Grants Available: Participate in the Austrian Science Talk 2012 in Washington, DC

Registration to attend the 9th Austrian Science Talk on September 15, 2012, is now open. Travel grants are still available to eligible Austrian scientists applying through August 15, 2012, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Details on eligibility and procedure are available in the Travel Grant Regulations.

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This year's Austrian Science Talk will be held at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) – the first time in the nation's capital. Information on the distinguished speakers is available via the Who is Who section of the AST Web site, through which you may also access the event's program.



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