Natural Environment Research Council

Deadline: 30/11/2000
September 29, 2003

The NERC has established a core strategic programme of instrument development and laboratory studies thatwill contribute to the strategic goals of the council in the area of atmospheric science. NERC has allocated £4.5m to the COSMAS programme over five years. This is the secondof three calls for proposals over the lifetime of the programme. Approximately £1m to £1.5m will be available in this round. UK researchers are invited to submit full proposals to carry out research in areas outlined on the website.

Further information on the science aspects of the programme may be obtained from the science coordinator: Dr. Tony Cox, Centre for Atmospheric Science, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, Lensfield Road, Cambridge CB2 1EP. Tel: 01223 336253; email: rac26@cam.ac.uk , and/or from the NERC ASTB website. Prospective applicants are advised to seek advice from the science coordinator well before the closing date.

Information on application procedures and regulations, downloadable forms, eligibility of institutions etc, can be found at: ">http:///www.nerc.ac.uk/awards/"> www.nerc.ac.uk/awards . Any further administrative queries should be addressed to the programme administrator: Dr Fiona Knight, NERC, Polaris House, North Star Avenue, Swindon SN2 1EU; tel: 01793 411751; email: f.knight@nerc.ac.uk
Contact: Dr. Tony Cox
Address: Centre for Atmospheric Science, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, Lensfield Road, Cambridge CB2 1EP
Telephone: 01223 336253
Email: rac26@cam.ac.uk

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