Apply for the British Ecological Society Grants 2020 and receive up to £8,000 to carry out innovative ecological research.
Successful grant awardees will receive funding to cover costs of services and equipment in their research, as well as developing skills and training while connecting with expert ecologists.
Application Deadline: September 7, 2020
If you are selected, you will receive:
To be eligible for this grant, you must
Applications will be rejected without any assessment if they are re-submissions of a proposal rejected in a previous round, or if they represent only a minor revision of such a proposal (for example, with a modified experimental design).
As a guide, to be significantly different, at least 80% of objectives and activities should be different to the original proposal.
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Each applicant is only able to submit one grant application per round, across all grant schemes. To apply,
These statements should include:
The BES will contact the referees using the email addresses provided in the application; both reference statements must be completed online before the application deadline. Referee statements sent via email or by letter will not be accepted.
Since its inception in 1913, the British Ecological Society(BES), the oldest ecological society in the world has been committed to fostering the science of ecology.
It’s goals, objectives, members and ventures on a global scale are geared towards the advancement of ecological science.
Since January 2018, the BES Ecologists in Africa Grant has been opened twice annually, in line with all other BES grants.
This round 2 of the Ecological Society grants is intended to provide support for ecologists in Africa to carry out innovative ecological research.
On the realization that ecologists in Africa deal with distinct issues in carrying out research; the grant was designed to support skills development, experience and knowledge base.
The grant is available for any field of ecological science excluding research focused solely on agriculture, forestry and bioprospecting.
Applying for the second round of funding for 2020 will close by the deadline of 5:00pm (BST) Monday 7th September 2020.
All applications will be reviewed by a panel of reviewers on the basis of:
View the scoring criteria to find out how your application will be rated.
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