£3,000 awards to support interdisciplinary grant writing
2 November 2009
Bridging the Gaps - a programme encouraging interdisciplinary research into sustainable urban spaces - is offering five awards of £3,000 to support grant writing.
The funding opportunity is open to pairs, or larger groups, from different departments at UCL, who want to turn a research idea into a grant application.
The awards must be used solely to pay for an assistant to help prepare a grant application and the application should be made within six months of receiving the award.
You can apply by filling in the form on the Bridging the Gaps website, and the awards will be made on a first-come, first-served basis.
To find out more about the awards follow the link above or email James Paskins.
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Bridging the Gaps: Sustainable Urban Spaces is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and supports and develops interdisciplinary urban sustainability research at UCL.