Tag Archive: research

Dec 08 2016

Innovate UK launch open funding programme

Are you working with a business that would be interested in this funding opportunity? Research organisations can participate as project collaborators. (The level of total research participation is set at a maximum of 30% of total eligible project costs.) UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £15 million to deliver transformational innovations …

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Sep 13 2016

Research Funding Opportunities – September 2016

Please find below a selection of current research funding opportunities. For further details, additional opportunities, support and advice on project costs, grant applications or application processes, please contact: Research Support: charlotte.emmerson@sunderland.ac.uk (x2681) or n.hall@sunderland.ac.uk (x3261) (** Please note: We are currently trialing a new funding database – please follow the external web links within the …

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Jul 22 2016

Royal Academy of Engineering Public Engagement Awards

If you have an imaginative idea that helps engineers to communicate their expertise and passion to a wider audience – The Royal Academy of Engineering invites applications for its public engagement awards. These support projects that engage the public with engineers and engineering. Projects should aim to achieve the following: •inspire public engagement with engineering; …

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Jul 01 2016

ORCID identifiers now live in the Je-S grants system

Researchers can now create or connect their ORCID identifier (ORCID iD) in the Research Councils’ grants system (Je-S) by logging in to their personal information page. This is an important first step towards improving the flow of research information across the higher education sector. ORCID offers a platform for researchers to capture their scholarly activities …

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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.

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