The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) has announced the results of the second call for proposals in 2017 under the SPRINT – São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration initiative. I am delighted that Anne Harris and her RMIT team were successful. The project, titled Innovation in methods and ethics: digital ethnography and vulnerable communities is led by Anne and Barbara Geraldo de Castro from Brazil. We look forward to hearing more from Anne about this research.
The results of the second call for SPRINT proposals in 2017 have been announced. The ATN had a 100 per cent success rate with all 3 proposals being accepted. Congratulations to Curtin and RMIT. Full details of the results can be found here: http://www.fapesp.br/en/11350