Research Fellowships in Science and Engineering
Apply by 5pm Thursday 20 February 2014
Please download the 2014 General Regulations [pdf] for full eligibility criteria.
- Intended to give early career scientists or engineers of exceptional promise an opportunity to conduct a research project of their own instigation;
- Objective is to contribute to the knowledge base required for a healthy and innovative national culture;
- Approximately eight awards are made each year, one of which is designated the Brunel Fellowship.
- Applications from qualified engineering researchers are particular encouraged and the Brunel Fellowship is specifically reserved for them.
- Duration of three years, subject to annual renewal.
- £30,000 stipend payable in 2014 for year 1, and £31,500 for years 2 and 3. In addition a London Weighting of £2,500 per annum is payable in appropriate cases.
- £3,000 per annum towards additional costs, including travel to present at relevant conferences.
- Final year fellows are also sponsored to attend a Royal Society communication skills course, see Royal Society communication skills course
Apply for a Fellowship online.
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