How do you become a better and more productive Horizon 2020 proposal writer? These tips will help you improve your proposal writing overnight.
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I am are pleased to announce I am partnering with STEM Gender Equality Congress (SGEC), taking place at the Seminaris CampusHotel in Berlin on 8-9 June 2017.
How to write that grant proposal or PhD thesis.
As I ramp up towards the next big round of research grant applications at my university, I’m back to advising faculty on how to build their applications for success or how to revise a previously unsuccessful application into a successful one. For my first post, I thought I would tackle by number one piece of advice.
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A competitive research proposal must have a clear and compelling research question.
I am a strong opponent of copying and pasting from one section of the research application form to another, but the research question is the exception that proves the “no-copying” rule. Feel free to repeat the research question, in the same phrasing, ad nauseam throughout your application – in the summary, the project description, the student training section and even in the title (!).
It is your research question that provides the motivation for the project and provides…
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Speaking to Anton was worrying, it seems that robots are already having better outcomes as psychologists and coaches. Which doesn't bode that well for me, time to consider what other skills I have that a robot doesn't. Which it turns out isn't a lot. Artificial intelligence is already being used to deliver services that people once did, however, the surprising impact is that it is the professional services that are currently being hit the hardest.
Consistently, the quality of research carried out around the world is linked to more than just one element; funding, access to talent, and comprehensive legislative support all factor into cutting-edge research and development. A frontier which touches on all of these issues is that of gender equality, especially in world-leading STEM industries.
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UK politics are a little bit difficult to keep up with at the moment. In the space of a few days we've gone from having several possible candidates for prime minister to finally having only one. And that person is Theresa May. Changes in prime minister are carried out incredibly quickly in the UK, we … Continue reading Will Theresa May be a supporter of Horizon 2020?
David Cameron has come out saying that the UK cannot guarantee Welsh EU funding following the Brexit vote. Wales is currently in receipt of structural funding for the Valleys and West Wales up to 2020. Of the £1.8bn committed, some 40% has yet to be allocated. There is little hope that this money will continue to … Continue reading Wales will probably lose its EU funding #Brexit