e-science Research Grants and Studentships

Deadline: 02/11/2006
September 18, 2006

The AHRC, JISC and EPSRC are now inviting applications for research project grants under the e-Science Research Grants scheme. The call will support a portfolio of research projects up to a maximum of 48 months in duration, and for between £20,000 and £400,000.

Projects must involve either or both of the following: the development of e-Science tools or resources specifically for research in the arts and/or humanities; the achievement of significant research findings in an arts or humanities subject using e-Science technologies.

Details here
Address: Research Division
Arts and Humanities Research Council
Whitefriars
Lewins Mead
Bristol BS1 2AE

Telephone: 0117 987 6500
Fax: 0117 987 6544
Email: ian.broadbridge@ahrc.ac.uk

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