Meet Stella from Kenya - a trailer about a student from an ISP-supported research group.
Watch the full length movie (now with subtitles in Swedish and English - click the 'cogwheel' at the bottom after starting the movie).
ISP aims at assisting developing countries to strengthen their domestic research capacity within the chemical, physical and the mathematical sciences. ISP focuses on least developed countries.
More information about the organisation, approach, etc can be found via "About ISP" in the top menu, and also in the ISP Strategy Plan 2013-2017.
The funding of ISP core activities comes mainly from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) through its Unit for Research Cooperation and also from the Faculty of Science and Technology at Uppsala University and from the Faculty of Science at Stockholm University.
Besides the core activities, ISP is also involved in the coordination of bilateral programmes financed by the Swedish government. ISP is also coordinating activities based on Memorandum's of Understanding with other institutions and these activities are fully financed by the collaborating partners.
Research and Communication on foreign aid (ReCom) - What research tells us about the effects of development cooperation
Curie, a a Swedish web magazine devoted to the world of research (in Swedish), has published an article on aspects on Environmental Chemistry in Mali. Professor Cheick Dembele, interviewed in the article, is the group leader of the ISP-supported research group on "Physiochemical studies of clay raw materials".
Universitetsläraren has published an article (in Swedish) about Sweden’s support to research and higher education in Mozambique.
ISP colleague, Paul Vaderlind, recently held a Ted Talk on the importance of education in developing countries.
Postal address: ISP, Box 549, 751 21 Uppsala, Sweden
Visiting address: Ångström Laboratory, Lägerhyddsvägen 1, Polacksbacken
Phone: +46 18 471 3575
Fax: +46 18 471 3495