This week, the International Human Frontier Science Program Organization announced the 65 young researchers that were chosen for a long-term postdoctoral fellowship. One of them is Pushan Bag, PhD student in Stefan Jansson’s group at Umeå Plant Science Centre, Umeå University. He plans to use the grant to join Professor Barry Bruce’s group at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville to work on protein transport during chloroplast development. The HFSP fellowship program funds innovative, ground-breaking projects that have the potential to advance knowledge in the applicant’s field of study or open a new approach to a research problem. High risk research is supported. The fellowship provides 3 years of support. More information can be found in the press release from the International Human Frontier Science Program Organization.