Northumbria Research Support

Finding Research Funding on Thursday 12 March

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As part of the HR Researcher Development Programme, we are running a bite-size session next week on “Finding Research Funding“. The session will be held on Thursday 12 March from 12-1. You will learn how to  search for and find funding opportunities which match your research interests quickly and efficiently using Research Professional, a comprehensive online…

Scott McGee

Just a reminder that the University Library is running Researcher Development Week all this week with various events for students and staff on researcher development. A calendar to see the events available and book a place can be found here

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E&E Research Funding Drop-In Session: 3rd March, 2-5pm, Pandon 217

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Do you have a question about a research funding proposal or want to discuss ideas for funding your research? Barry Errington (Business Development Manager), Andy Pearce (Pre-Award Coordinator) and I will be available on Tuesday, 3rd March, between 2-5pm in Pandon Building 217 *PLEASE NOTE THE ROOM CHANGE!* for any staff from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment to discuss…

Northumbria Research Conference – EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS

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The conference this year will take place on Wednesday 20th May at City Campus East. All staff and postgraduate students are invited to submit abstracts to the conference mailbox by the extended deadline of 9th March 2015. A mix of presentations, posters, PechaKucha sessions and exhibitions will showcase and celebrate the breadth of the University’s excellent…

Scott McGee

The ADSS Faculty Bidding Support Group will be holding a ‘drop-in’ session tomorrow afternoon for staff in the Lipman Cafe, 2-3.30pm.

Members of the Bidding Support Group will be on hand to chat to staff on anything research funding related. If you have a research idea, a draft application, an application nearing completion, a niggling question or anything research funding related come along for a chat. No booking required- just pop in and say hello!

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Sam King

Launching in Spring 2015, a pilot aimed at stimulating publishing in Open Access journals in Europe will provide funding to cover all or part of the costs of post-grant open access publishing arising from projects funded under the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The pilot forms part of the EU-funded OpenAIRE2020 project.

The €4m fund is aimed at European researchers to cover the costs of Open Access publishing for post grant FP7 publications.

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