The two universities have announced another round of the successful Strategic Collaboration Fund. £150k is available to support research, education and professional service projects undertaken in partnership with the University of Birmingham.
Previous projects have ranged from events to bring people together to explore the potential for collaboration, to larger scale research designed to deliver significant and sustainable cross-institution activity.
More information about the fund and previously funded projects can be found on the Birmingham-Nottingham Partnership website
If you have a great idea but need to identify an appropriate contact at Birmingham please get in touch with Rebecca Lewis.
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