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Fabulous fossils of Berlin

Do you dream of making an all costs paid research visit to the fabulous fossil 
collections of the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, home of Archaeopteryx, 
Brachiosaurus and literally millions of other fossils?
Do you live in an EU country (or associated state - see below)?  

Then apply to SYNTHESYS by Friday March 17th for funds to support your visit. 

All you have to do is fill out a simple online form (go to www.synthesys.info 
for details) and get a supervisor/head of department or similar to write a 
brief supporting statement. If your project is supported you will receive full 
funding for all travel and hotel costs and daily living expenses. You can vist 
for just one day, or up to 60 working days, although most of our guests come 
for about 10 days. 

Apply now. You still have time. 

And, if you have any questions, just email us: 

Don't delay, apply today.

Dave Unwin

Irrespective of their nationality, applicants resident in the following 
countries can apply to SYNTHESYS for funding to visit the MfN, Berlin: 

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, 
Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, 
Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United 
Kingdom plus the Associated Countries of the EU: Switzerland, Iceland, Israel, 
Liechtenstein, Norway and Candidate Countries of the EU Bulgaria, Romania and 
Turkey. (Note residents in Germany are not eligible for funding to visit the 
MfN, Berlin).  

David M. Unwin PhD

Curator for Fossil Reptiles and Birds
Institut fur Palaontologie, MUSEUM FUR NATURKUNDE 
Zentralinstitut der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
Invalidenstrasse 43, D-10115 Berlin, GERMANY

Email: david.unwin@rz.hu-berlin.de

Office:    0049 30 2093 8577 
Secretary: 0049 30 2093 8862
Fax        0049 30 2093 8868

Would you like funds to visit the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin?
Then go to:  www.synthesys.info
Would you like to catch up on the latest ideas about pterosaurs? 
Then read: THE PTEROSAURS http://www.pipress.net/html/catalog.html