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Aug 24 2016

British Academy Mid-career fellowships scheme

The British Academy invites applications for its mid-career fellowships. These aim to support outstanding individual researchers with excellent research proposals, and to promote public understanding and engagement with humanities and social sciences. The time bought by the scheme should be devoted to the completion of a major piece of research, and the Academy will also …

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Oct 24 2014

AHRC funding opportunities

AHRC Collaborative doctoral partnerships Closing Date- 10 Dec 14 The Arts and Humanities Research Council invites applications for its collaborative doctoral partnerships. These enable non-HEI organisations or consortia with a proven track record in postgraduate research to apply for a cohort of studentships. Funding aims to: •give applicants greater autonomy in the selection of PhD …

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Jul 25 2014

Royal Society: Summer Science Exhibition proposals

A unique opportunity to showcase your research at the UK’s most prestigious science exhibition. The call for proposals for the expanded 2015 Summer Science Exhibition is now open. Each year over 10,000 members of the public and 2,000 school students visit the Summer Science Exhibition. Many more are reached through coverage on TV, in the …

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Status update

RCUK has published a Report on the 2013 Survey of the Impact of the Funding Change for Researcher Development. The survey, covering institutional strategy for researcher development, its organisation and delivery, feedback and review mechanisms, funding issues and remaining or emerging challenges and opportunities, is intended to enable institutions to compare their position with overall directions and context.

Status update

Research Councils UK (RCUK) has today published its Statement of Expectations for Research Fellowships and Future Research Leaders, which sets out common principles for the support of all Research Council-funded fellowships and future research leaders. The Research Councils want to ensure that the individuals funded as fellows or future research leaders are equipped and supported to be adaptable and flexible in an increasingly complex global research environment.

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