17 April 2022 Update:
The Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Center for Futuristic Studies (PMFCFS) and the World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF) announce the continuation of their futures research grant for the year 2022. The objective of this grant is to encourage researchers to expand their disciplines with methods of futures studies.
(Useful to know: What is Futures Studies?)
PMFCFS website: https://pmfcfs.pmu.edu.sa/default.aspx
Research Grant Proposal: https://pmfcfs.pmu.edu.sa/scientific-research-grants.aspx
Submission Link: https://pmu.edu.sa/forms/scientificresearchgrant/index
The WFSF and PMU Agreement was signed in 2019 for a 5-year collaboration, as well as establishing a chapter and research funds per agreement. PMU has developed and operates the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Chapter of WFSF.
Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Center for Futuristic Studies (PMFCFS) and World Futures Studies Federation (WFSF) announced FIRST FUTURES RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL on February 12, 2020.
The objective of this grant was to encourage more researchers to explore and research in disciplines related to energy, sustainability, education, youth empowerment, environment, climate change, and artificial intelligence.
PMFCFS received more than 100 proposals from multiple countries such as Australia, Brazil, United States, Finland, France, Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico and Saudi Arabia.
Also see WFSF President Dr. Erik F. Øverland opens the new Centre for Futuristic Studies (Futures Studies) at the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU) in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.