The University of Salford is partnering again with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University to host the ESRC Festival of Social Science from 22 October to 13 November 2022. This is a national event and is now in its 20th year. The main theme for this
The North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership is made up of a partnership of seven institutions in the North West (Keele, Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester, MMU, RNCM and our own University of Salford). The AHRC-funded scheme offers academics and non-HEI organisations from the private, public or third sectors the opportunity to develop a bespoke, three-year PhD
The vision of the University’s Innovation Strategy 2021-2026 is to be recognised as a global leader of challenge-led research and solutions-focussed enterprise, delivering responsible innovation for economic, environmental and social impact. ‘Impact’ is defined in the broadest sense, encompassing positive benefits for academic research, business and wider society, across any type and size of organisation,
The University of Salford will again partner with the Economic and Social Research Council, the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University to host the ESRC Manchester Festival of Social Science throughout November 2021. The call for applications to host events is now open! Deadline for submission of applications is Friday, 30 July at 4pm.
Dear colleagues, there recently has been the announcement of funding cuts affecting several programs and funders. The scale of the planned cuts will result in the termination of existing and future research projects. These follow the Chancellor’s decision to reduce overseas aid spending from 0.7% to 0.5% of gross national income. This was reported in
Dear colleagues, if you have previously applied to Global Challenges Research (GCRF) or Newton funding? Please be aware that these funding might be affected by the planned government cuts to Official Development Assistance (ODA) funding. As a result, these cuts also affect other UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funding which would typically require ODA/GCRF co-funding.
Following Brexit, the following is an update regarding UK participation in Horizon Europe and other EU programmes As part of the agreement reached between the UK and the EU, the UK has announced that it will associate to Horizon Europe. Association will give UK scientists, researchers and businesses access to funding under the programme on equivalent terms as organisations in
The Research and Knowledge Exchange Strategy 2017-2027 places impact at its heart, with one of its core values being to ‘transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries to deliver innovative fundamental and applied research with impact’. With this in mind, the Research Impact Fund is offering individuals and groups up to £3000 that must be match-funded by their
Dear Colleagues, It’s that time of the year when the University shuts down for Christmas holidays.. The Research Development Team will be working until Friday December 18, 2020. We will be opening in the new year..precisely January 04, 2021. We wish you all a great break..and look forward to a great year!
Have you prepared a bid or grant application for submission in the past few months? Did you notice that there are a few changes in the process? Here are the changes: * Colleagues need to complete a Grant notification form (NGA). * The Associate Dean for Research (ADR) must sign the NGA. * A requirement