Northumbria Research Support

Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Fellowships in Science and Engineering

Thomas Edison at Menlo Park Laboratory in Greenfield by The Henry Ford CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 has a range of science and engineering fellowship and studentship opportunities currently available, including Research Fellowships, Industrial Fellowships, Industrial Design Studentships and (from June 2015) Built Environment Fellowships: http://www.royalcommission1851.org/awards/ I’m hosting a short briefing and Q&A session for staff interested in these schemes next Tuesday 2nd December from 10-11am…

Faculty of Business and Law Research Funding Drop-in on Wednesday

Question Mark Sign by Colin Kinner CC BY 2.0

Louise Wyers (Pre-Award Coordinator) and I (Research Funding and Policy Manager for B&L) will be available on Wednesday 26th November, between 2-3.30pm in the CCE1 staff room on the ground floor for any colleagues from the Faculty of Business and Law to discuss research proposals in development, future funding opportunities or any other research funding-related query.…

E&E Research Funding Drop-In Session: 25th November, 2-5pm, Ellison D106

question by cesar bojorquez CC BY 2.0

Do you have a question about a research funding proposal or want to discuss ideas for funding? Andy Pearce, Barry Errington and I will be available on Tuesday, 25th November, between 2-5pm in Ellison D106 for any staff from the Faculty of Engineering and Environment to discuss research proposals in development or future funding opportunities. You…

Library Workshop – Searching for your Literature Review

literature review

At the University Library Researcher Development Week, the library was inundated with requests to attend Searching for your Literature Review and so they  are running 2 extra workshops on  Tuesday 25th November 2.30-4pm  at City Campus Library Wednesday 3rd December 9.30-11am at City Campus Library Develop strategies to help you search for, and evaluate, a range of information…

Cleaner, More Efficient Conventional Fuels – Collaborative R&D & Feasibility Studies

clean fuel

Innovate UK are to invest up to £5million in collaborative R&D and feasibility studies to stimulate innovation in the extraction and use of conventional fossil fuels. Innovate UK’s objectives are to support small and medium enterprises developing technologies in this area to link with operators, large companies, research organisations and other SMEs; support the development…

Kerri Jude

EXTENDED DEADLINE: What Works wellbeing

*** The Economic and Social Research Council has extended the deadline for its What Works wellbeing programme. The deadline has been extended from 2 December 2014 to 21 January 2015.***

For more information please visit the funders website.

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