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RBS Drop-In for Engineering and Environment: 2nd September 2014 Ellison D106

Question Mark Sign by Colin Kinner CC BY 2.0

The next RBS drop-in session for the Faculty of Engineering and Environment will take place on Tuesday 2nd September, from 2-5pm in Ellison Building D106. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss any research funding related questions. No booking is required. All Faculty staff are welcome, whether or not you’ve met us before and regardless of whether you’ve applied…

RBS Drop-In for Engineering and Environment: 26th August 2014 Pandon 217

Question mark by Ciccio Pizzettaro CC BY-NC-SA 2

The next RBS drop-in session for the Faculty of Engineering and Environment will take place on Tuesday 26th August, from 2-5pm in Pandon Building 217. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss any research funding related questions. No booking is required. All Faculty staff are welcome, whether or not you’ve met us before and regardless of whether you’ve applied…

RBS Drop-In for Engineering and Environment: 19th August 2014 Ellison D106

Question Mark by Desi CC BY 2.0

The next RBS drop-in session for the Faculty of Engineering and Environment will take place on Tuesday 19th August, from 2-5pm in Ellison Building D106. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss any research funding related questions. No booking is required. All Faculty staff are welcome, whether or not you’ve met us before and regardless of whether you’ve…

EPSRC Engineering Grand Challenges: Attend the next workshop

Nanofabrication Facility by Brookhaven National Laboratory CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

EPSRC have opened a call for applications to attend one of three workshops in the autumn on the next steps in defining their future “grand challenges”. The workshops will: Engage the research and user community to identify clear targets or milestones for each of the selected Grand Challenges areas; Start the process of building collaborations…

Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowships

A day at BCIT aerospace technology campus by Mike CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

The Royal Academy of Engineering is about to launch the latest round of its Research Fellowships scheme for early career researchers in engineering. The deadline for outline applications is 14th November 2014.  “Applications are welcomed from outstanding engineering researchers who are about to finish their PhD or have up to three years postdoctoral research experience. The…

Come and Ask Us A Question at the Engineering and Environment Drop-In Sessions

Default State by Helga Weber CC BY-ND 2.0

Starting on 12th August 2014, Research and Business Services staff will be holding weekly “drop-in” sessions for the Faculty of Engineering and Environment on Tuesday afternoons. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss any research funding related questions. Pop in and see us in Ellison Building D106 from 2-5pm on 12th August. No booking is required.…

Royal Society Research Grants – Funding for Early Stage Researchers

University of Georgia Griffin Campus Research by UGA College of Ag CC BY-NC 2

Royal Society’s Research Grants scheme is currently open for applications. Research Grants provide small “seed corn” funding for new projects of timeliness and promise in life sciences, physical sciences and engineering, as well as a strand which supports work in the history of science. Applications should be submitted by 4th June 2014. Further information, including a…

David Young

Next year is EPSRC’s 20th anniversary and to mark the occasion they are seeking nominations of the most inspirational scientists and engineers. “These awards will honour some of the best, both as established leaders in their field and as future leaders in emerging fields…” Nominations are open now until February 2014.

EU Graphene Project Calls for Additional Partners

The FP7-funded FET Flagship project Graphene has recently announced a call for additional project partners. The deadline for applications is 5th Feb 2014 (16:00 Brussels time). The purpose is to attract strong new partners with complementary expertise. There are 12 research topics, plus an additional coordinating topic: Standardisation Chemical sensor, biosensors and bio-interfaces Membrane technologies: from…