Opportunity: Returning to research fellowships

daphne-jacksonAre you a scientist, technologist, engineer or mathematician who has had a career break of 2 or more years for family, caring or health reasons and wishes to return to research? If so the Daphne Jackson Trust may be able to help. Closing date for applications is 6th February 2017

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Funding Opportunity: Leverhulme Snr Fellowships

Royal Academy of Engineering’s Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowships Scheme. This is the last call for this scheme and there is a high chance of success for applications which meet Academy standards.

RAEng / The Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowships  As academics find their careers progressing into more senior roles they also find that their workload evolves to include more teaching and administrative responsibilities with less time to dedicate to research. The RAEng / The Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowships aim to address this by allowing academics to concentrate on full time research by covering the salary costs of a replacement academic to cover teaching and administrative responsibilities for up to one year. Applications must be received by 4pm on Wednesday19 October 2016.

 

STEM for Britain: Poster Competition

STEM for Britain [2017 Event]  is a poster competition and exhibition which has been held in Parliament since 1997. Its aim is to give members of both Houses of Parliament an insight into the outstanding research work being undertaken in British universities by early-career researchers.  Applications are invited from early-stage and early-career research scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians who wish to exhibit posters. Early-career researchers include university research students, postgraduates, research assistants, postdocs, research fellows, newly-appointed lecturers, part-time students and their equivalents in national, public sector and industrial laboratories, etc, and appropriate MSc students, all of whom are engaged in engineering.  You will need to fill in a short online application form and supply an abstract (in .pdf format) of your work – no more than a single A4 page, together with a reference, normally from a supervisor or senior academic colleague. The closing date for entries is Monday 5th December 2016.