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Research grant application deadline for the Scientific Instrument Society

///Research grant application deadline for the Scientific Instrument Society

Research grant application deadline for the Scientific Instrument Society

Just a brief reminder that the deadline for the next round of research grants from the Scientific Instrument Society (SIS) is Friday 1st March 2013.

The SIS awards small grants, of up to £500 each, for research on the history of scientific instruments. Applicants do not need to have any institutional affiliation and applications that are for less than the full amount are just as welcome – a properly costed proposal with a clear relevance to the Society’s interests in scientific instruments, a realistic timetable and a tangible result are the most important factors that the committee will be considering. Please note that the grant awarded will be paid against actual expenditure and funds cannot be paid in advance. The grant is intended to cover items such as travel, accommodation and photocopying costs.

Further information on what the Society can support and the terms and conditions of the award can be found at

http://www.sis.org.uk/grants/what-we-support

Examples of previously successful applicants may be found at http://www.sis.org.uk/grants/sis-grant-aided-projects

The short application form may be found at http://www.sis.org.uk/grants/sis-grant-application-form

If you have any queries about the grants, please contact [email protected] and a member of the Society will respond in due course.

To learn more of the Society, or to join, visit http://www.sis.org.uk

By | 2017-11-10T09:54:07+00:00 February 15th, 2013|Grants|Comments Off on Research grant application deadline for the Scientific Instrument Society

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