Author Archives: Jenny Lawson

AHRC Antislavery knowledge network – GCRF network plus phase 2

The Arts and Humanities Research Council, under the Global Challenges Research Fund, in collaboration with the antislavery knowledge network at the University of Liverpool, invites applications for its community-led strategies for creative and heritage-based interventions in sub-Saharan Africa funding opportunity. … Continue reading

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AHRC Research networking scheme – Global Challenges Research Fund highlight notice

The Arts and Humanities Research Council, under the Global Challenges Research Fund, invites applications for its research networking scheme highlight notice. This encourages the development of research networking proposals that seek to build sustained international boundary crossing collaborations and equitable … Continue reading

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NERC Capital Call

The Natural Environment Research Council invites proposals for its capital call. This provides capital assets for science, innovation, estates, IT and facilities. Proposals should demonstrate how the capital asset would support environmental science, be aligned with NERC’s remit and strategic … Continue reading

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Place-Based Climate Action Network Fund grants

The Economic and Social Research Council, through the Place-Based Climate Action Network, invites proposals for the first round of climate action project grants. This supports the design and delivery of local climate action in the UK through engagement, training and … Continue reading

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Call: Higher Education Links

The British Council invites applications for the UK-Argentina higher education links programme. This supports mutual collaboration between HEIs in Argentina and counterpart organisations in the UK in order to develop joint projects to tackle societal challenges with direct relevance to … Continue reading

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Child development – motor impairments, diets and the microbiome

The Waterloo Foundation invites proposals for its call on child development – motor impairments, diets and the microbiome. This supports research projects on motor impairments, diet or the microbiome. Studies on motor impairments are particularly welcomed in the following areas: … Continue reading

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UKRI stresses cross-council research in first delivery plan

UK Research and Innovation has pushed the importance of multidisciplinary work in the umbrella funding body’s first delivery plan. See more at: https://www.researchprofessional.com/0/rr/news/uk/research-councils/2019/6/UKRI-stresses-cross-council-research-in-first-delivery-plan.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=rpMailing&utm_campaign=personalNewsDailyUpdate_2019-06-10#sthash.oVzm6Bmx.dpuf

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Global Health Policy and Systems Research (Global HPSR) Development Awards

The National Institute for Health Research, under its global health policy and systems research programme, invites applications for its development awards. These support underpinning work for the development of applications able to compete for research funding in global health policy … Continue reading

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Public Health Intervention Development Scheme (PHIND) – July 2019

The MRC Public Health Intervention Development scheme (PHIND) supports the early stages of development of interventions that address an important UK or global public health issue. Studies funded by the scheme will develop the necessary evidence to underpin the later … Continue reading

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Newton Fund fails to boost development, watchdog finds

The £735-million Newton Fund is poorly designed to achieve its aim of promoting international development, as the vast majority of the UK aid that it distributes stays in UK institutions, the Independent Commission for Aid Impact has said. – See … Continue reading

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