Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships

Deadline: 13/10/2006
September 18, 2006

The Royal Academy of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council invite proposals for their joint postdoctoral research fellowships in engineering. They provide support for young, high-quality engineers to encourage them to develop their interests in basic academic research as a stepping stone to a successful research career.

Funding is available for individuals who have recently been awarded, or are about to be awarded, their PhD. The scheme provides funding for five years to encourage the best researchers to remain in the university sector.

Details here
Contact: Manager - Research Support
Address: The Royal Academy of Engineering
29 Great Peter Street
London
SW1P 3LW
Telephone: 0207 2 0500
Fax: 020 7233 3309
Email: 0207 233 0054

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