Month: August 2013

MAKE YOUR RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL STRONG, BUT DON’T FORGET TO KEEP IT REAL.

When writing a research grant application, you need to present strong and clear statements about the original, innovative and ground-breaking nature of your proposal. Often, you also have to present a clear and convincing statement about your research achievements and demonstrate that you are the right person to receive the

MAKING THE LANGUAGE OF YOUR GRANT APPLICATION ACCESSIBLE TO ALL REVIEWERS.

When writing your research grant application, you need to take the time to think about how you can make the language of your proposal accessible to both expert and non-expert reviewers. Making it ‘too simple’ will insult your peers, but making it ‘too complex’ will risk reviewers from outside your

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