Monthly Archives: June 2005

Full Economic Costing

Full Economic Costing Following the Government’s announcement of reforms to the Dual Support system, the Research Councils/AHRC are to introduce new arrangements for research grants from September 2005. The changes will allow the submission of grant applications under full economic … Continue reading

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Researchers In Residence

Researchers in Residence is a project that places PhD and post doctoral researchers into secondary schools for short term placements. In all it takes about a week and that includes a day’s training. It offers researchers an opportunity to enhance … Continue reading

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RAE Workshop

You are invited to attend an RAE Workshop on Wednesday 14th September which is being held at the University of Wolverhampton. A general overview and indication of potential changes for RAE panel criteria, based on feedback from recent consulation, will … Continue reading

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e-Science Core Programme

Call for Proposals e-Science Centres The e-Science Core Programme wishes to announce a call for proposals for e-Science Centres. Approximately £1.5 million is available in the budget for this call, depending on the quality of the research proposals. The deadline … Continue reading

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New Director of Research at the AHRC

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Director of Research. Professor Tony McEnery will take up the post in September. Professor McEnery is currently Professor of English Language and Linguistics at … Continue reading

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Proposed Consolidation of Funding for PG Research Training

HEFCW have issued a circular inviting comments on proposals to consolidate funding for postgraduate research training (PGR) into a single stream. At present the Council provides funding for PGR through two seperate channels: its PGR funding stream, which has operated … Continue reading

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