Grants are now available from the Royal Society, for the Paul Instrument Fund which provides grants for the construction of novel and innovative instruments in the field of physical sciences. The instrument should be a stand alone device and should not be part of an ongoing research project. Subjects covered are physical sciences including pure and applied physics, biophysics and medical physics. Funding of up to £75,000 is available for tenure of one to three years at a UK university.
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