The Duke Brazil Initiative (DBI) and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) are once again pleased to announce the availability of seed grants for collaborative research through the Foundation’s São Paulo Researchers International (SPRINT) program. The DBI, the Duke Office of Global Affairs, and FAPESP have contributed matching funds to support projects co-directed by Duke researchers and partners in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Project teams can apply for up to $15,000 to fund a year of travel and other exchange activities to help launch new initiatives. Anyone with PI status at Duke in any field—from political science to physics, rheumatology to romance studies—is eligible to submit a proposal in conjunction with an eligible partner in São Paulo state. Brazilian PIs must be affiliated with an ongoing FAPESP project.