Category: ERC CONSOLIDATOR GRANT INTERVIEW

LOOKING FOR EXPERT SUPPORT WHEN WRITING YOUR NEXT ERC GRANT PROPOSAL?

Are you planning to write/submit an ERC research proposal in the near future and are thinking about using an expert consulting¬† firm, but aren’t sure what a consulting firm can offer? Below is a testimonial from an ERC applicant that we recently supported, which gives a great overview as to

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH GRANT INTERVIEW PREPARATION: PRACTICE FOR THE UNEXPECTED

In preparing for a scientific research grant interview, applicants will practice and rehearse the answers to the possible questions they expect to face: – about the rationale for their research proposal, – about the state of the art of their research topic, – about the originality of what they want

CREATE A BLUEPRINT BEFORE WRITING YOUR RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL

Writing a research grant application can be a daunting and challenging task. The structure and balance of the content of your proposal can make or break how well you get your message across, and how well it is rated by the evaluation panel. To make your job easier, it is

VISUAL STRATEGY IN SCIENTIFIC WRITING

Are you using a well thought out visual strategy in your scientific papers and your research grant applications? Setting out your key concepts, results or forward plans in high impact figures, schematics and diagrams should be a major consideration when you are drafting those important papers. Your readers will be

ARE YOU ACCURATELY PRESENTING WHO YOU ARE?

When developing your next grant application, or presentation keep asking yourself, ‘Is this an accurate presentation of who you are as a researcher?’ At all times, be factual about who you are, what you do, and what you want to achieve. Do not overstate things. If you do, chances are

A CAREFULLY CHOSEN TITLE CAPTURES THE ESSENCE OF WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY

It pays to think carefully about the title of your grant application, scientific article or presentation. When a title captures the essence of what you have to say, the reader will (1) have a clear idea of what to expect; (2) feel re-assured when the contents lines up with the

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