The Texas A&M University-CONACYT: Collaborative Research Grant Program marks a significant place in the strong history between a Texas university with a commitment to others and a Mexican government body with much of the same goals—improve lives, ensure economic stability, and make a difference for the future. CONACYT is Mexico's foremost agency for the support of research, both in Mexico and abroad.
Under the current agreement, Texas A&M and CONACYT agreed that the parties would undertake joint programs in areas of mutual interest including research and exchange opportunities.
Texas A&M and CONACYT leaders share a strong commitment to the support and advancement of collaborative research between Texas A&M and scientists and scholars from Mexico, especially in topics of mutual importance to Mexico and the United States.
Under the Collaborative Research Grant Program a principal investigator (PI) is required from both Texas A&M and a CONACYT-registered institution.
Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the Texas A&M-CONACYT: Collaborative Research Grant Program.