March 13th, 2020
Applications are now open for the 2020 Medical Research Council-funded Academic-Industry Engagement Award.
The University administers the awards, which are designed to support early academic-industry engagement activities and people exchanges that are not specifically aligned with a larger translational project aim.
These activities were previously supported through the Proximity to Discovery: Industry Engagement Fund, awarded by the Medical and Research Council.
Any member of the University with prospective projects which are suitable for early-stage academic-industrial engagement with a view to supporting translation of research can apply.
This could include academic staff, post-doctoral researchers and possibly even PHD students in the healthcare space.
To apply, please visit the University’s Academic-Industry Engagement Awards Workspace pages [University log-in required].
The deadline for applications is Friday 24 April at 4pm.
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