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This edition features a round-up of new and up and coming Newton Fund calls, international workshops and an article from FameLab winner Tim Gordon, sharing the importance of focusing on authenticity to develop effective skills as a science communicator.
July 2019 Euraxess newsletter
Featuring a round-up of the latest opportunities for international researchers, including the launch of the Newton Fund Impact Scheme call, Newton Fund PhD call Philippines, and a Leadership Training Scheme - South Asia. We also feature two articles focusing on the importance of scientists sharing their research with the public.
This month we launch a number of new opportunities aimed at strengthening international research collaborations including Newton Fund grants to develop institutional collaborations and travel grants for early-career researchers.
This month, find out about international research workshops and follow the 2019 FameLab International Final LIVE via FameLab YouTube.
This month, find out about the Alliance Hubert Curien Programme, view the latest international research workshops and watch the video by science communication lecturer Wendy Sadler MBE on how to explain complex ideas to an audience
Find out about international research workshops, submit proposals for Science in Public conference and watch a new video with science communicator Wendy Sadler MBE on what stars are made of.
Includes the latest upcoming opportunities, inspiring stories of women involved in the Newton Mosharafa Fund, how to contribute to UKRI’s ‘Evidence: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Challenges and Interventions in Research and Innovation’ and the latest UKRO Brexit factsheet to download.
See the latest upcoming opportunities and read a few tips on how to develop and maintain international collaborators for your research.
Workshops, grants and consultancy opportunities plus 2018 Newton Prize winners and a webinar: 'What’s next for EU & UK science and education?'
Information on the Lloyds Register Foundation for engineering-related research and FameLab.