The Support to Research Dissemination in Local and International Platforms or RDLIP is one of the three components of the new project of the National Research Council of the Philippines titled, Basic Research Information Translation for Empowerment in the Regions Program or BRITER. This project promotes a science culture in the regions for global competitiveness. The RDLIP component gives researchers an opportunity to present their research results locally or abroad and to publish research papers in ISI or Scopus indexed journals.
Local and international conferences offer an excellent opportunity for disseminating research results. It also provides opportunity to NRCP-member researchers to be updated on the latest developments in their fields of specialization and lead to the establishment of mutually beneficial partnerships with local and international researchers. This grant is open to all NRCP Members who wish to avail the support to scientific research dissemination in local and international conferences/workshops/fora to present research outputs which are aligned to the NRCP National Integrated Basic Research Agenda (NIBRA). The projects may either be supported by NRCP, other DOST councils, or their respective institutions.
All members, preferably new and young NRCP Members from new partner institutions, can avail of the DOST-NRCP support to research dissemination in local and international conferences/workshops/forums to present research outputs from projects that were either supported by NRCP, other DOST councils, or their institutions which are aligned to the NRCP National Integrated Basic Research Agenda (NIBRA) [basic research]).
The RDLIP Publication grant of NRCP provides financial support for the publication of research papers in journals that are indexed by SCOPUS, Clarivate, or Thomson Reuters. All NRCP Members are encouraged to apply for this grant. Preference is given to new members of NRCP, those who come from new partner institutions, and up-and-coming researchers, especially those who are in the process of developing and establishing their professional career in research. The review process is merit-based.
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