The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) Calls for Scientific Research Project Proposals Related to the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (NCP)

The objective of this call is to boost effective response of the Macao Special Administrative Region to the recent outbreak of the NCP.It is essential to strengthen the prevention and control to new and emerging infectious diseases with strong scientific and technological support for epidemic prevention and control.The FDCT hereby is calling for proposals in the thematic priority area of the NCP,which it is open to universities, research institutions, science and technology enterprises and scientific researchers.This call focuses on areas related to the NCP detection technology,the NCP disease prevention and drug development, prevention and control mechanisms against sudden infectious diseases and post-epidemic social recovery as well as other related research areas to the NCP.

Solicited projects from this call will be given priority review and arrangement.The amount for each research proposal shall not exceed MOP$500,000.00 (Five Hundred Thousands Patacas), and the research period is no longer than a year.

For registered entities,the application shall be performed via the online funding application system of the FDCT. For unregistered parties, submission can be done by sending us your proposal via email ( will immediately schedule an online evaluation and oral defense if necessary.

For details of the call, please kindly refer to the notice on our website ( feel free to contact us for any inquiries via 63526945/85998193/28788777 or email to the aforementioned email address.

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