- Opportunity to join the EEF initiative advisory group April 21, 2017NERC invites applications to join an advisory group that will provide an independent and impartial steer to activities under the Environmental Evidence for the Future Initiative (EEF).
- AO: Changing Arctic Ocean April 20, 2017Proposals are invited for submission to a jointly funded activity between funding agencies in the UK and Germany on Changing Arctic Ocean: Implications for marine biology and biogeochemistry.
- £8.6 million UK research programme on greenhouse gas removal April 20, 2017New research will investigate ways to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere to counteract global warming.
- Announcement of Opportunity: MIAOS March 28, 2017Proposals are invited for a new research programme on improving understanding of shelf sea ecosystem function using integrated autonomous observing systems.
- Final science meeting March 21, 2017All researchers directly involved in the Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry (SSB) programme, either through research grant awards, research studentships, SSB cruise participation or SSB programme management, are invited to the final science meeting on 5-6 June 2017 at the University of Winchester.
- Pre-election rules – what they mean for researchers May 4, 2017On 8 June 2017, the UK General Election will take place. As with previous elections, non-departmental public bodies, including the research councils, are bound by pre-election rules.
- Business Secretary announces Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund investments April 20, 2017The Government is investing £1bn in cutting-edge technologies to create jobs and raise living standards, Business Secretary Greg Clark announced today. The funding from the flagship Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) will be spent across six key areas over the next four years.
- Second GCRF Collective Fund call will be launched in late summer 2017 April 20, 2017Research Councils UK are pleased to announce that a second GCRF Collective Fund call will be launched in late summer 2017. This call will establish a cohort of large-scale Global Challenges Interdisciplinary Research Hubs, which will be expected to deliver integrated and innovative international research programmes.
- Non-UK EU doctoral students applying for courses in 2018/19 remain eligible for RCUK support April 20, 2017Research Councils UK welcomes the announcement by Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson which confirms that non-UK EU doctoral students applying for courses beginning in the academic year 2018/19 remain eligible for RCUK support.