October 27th, 2015
Monday 9 November
National College Learning and Conference Centre, Jubilee Campus
The 2015 Midlands Newton Summit aims to bring together internationally-acclaimed researchers and policy makers to speak about why the Newton Fund is in place and why internationalisation and working with researchers from across the world is critical for the career of a researcher.
The Newton Fund is worth £75 million per year until 2019 and focuses on supporting student and researcher fellowships, mobility schemes and funding for joint research centres. Researchers at all career stages are eligible for funding.
The day will feature a broad range of excellent speakers, surgery sessions and an opportunities for researchers to find out how to identify collaborators, build research relationships and successfully bid for funding.
Hear from speakers including:
Find out more and book a place today on the conference website.
Tags: Anna Soubry, Christine Ennew, David Greenaway, Department for Business Innovation and Skills, International Unit, Martyn Poliakoff, Midlands Newton Summit, Newton Fund, research, Royal Society, summit, University Partnerships Programme
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