Call for Research Projects - Designing for the 21st Century

Deadline: 06/04/2006
March 21, 2006

The AHRC and the EPSRC hope to encourage applicants from across the remits of both funding bodies to work collaboratively and foster understanding of the different perspectives of design research. The initiative itself aims to support leading-edge design research which will explore new modes of design thinking suitable for the challenges of designing for 21st Century society. The call will support a portfolio of research projects of between 12 and 24 months in duration, and for between £20,000 and £400,000 (fEC).

Details here
Address: AHRC,
Whitefriars,
Lewins Mead,
Bristol, BS1 2AE
Telephone: 01382 348929
Fax: 01382 201378
Email: design21@dundee.ac.uk

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