Category: SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSALS

DEVELOPING THE UNDERPINNING FRAMEWORK FOR YOUR ERC PROPOSAL

Do you take the time to develop the framework for your ERC Starting, Consolidator or Advanced proposal prior to writing your proposal? Too often we see a written draft where the aim, objectives, state of the art, motivation and the ground-breaking/innovative aspects underpinning the proposal have not been well defined

ASK YOUR PEERS TO COMMENT ON YOUR DRAFT RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL.

  When writing your research grant application, do you take the time to ask some of your peers or a few respected leaders in your field to critically review your proposal? If not, it may really be worth considering. Critical feedback and input, when your proposal is in its ‘first

ERC STARTING GRANT AND ERC CONSOLIDATOR GRANT INTERVIEW TRAINING AND COACHING

A quality presentation to an evaluation panel for an ERC research grant application needs to communicate your scientific ideas/intentions in a manner that is clear, to-the-point, convincing and easy to understand. The presentation must also address the judging criteria. During the interview session you also need to be at ease

ARE YOU WANTING TO SUBMIT AN ERC ADVANCED GRANT IN 2014?

If you are planning to submit an ERC Advanced Research Grant in 2014, here are a few tips to help: Start early. РMost applicants (in our experience) start too late, and the quality of the proposal suffers as a result. Create a blueprint before you start writing. РThe blueprint

TIPS FOR WRITING A LARGE MULTI-PI RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL

If you are the Coordinating Principal Investigator for a large multi-PI research grant application, you need a well-considered and strategic approach for how you will interact with your collaborators to bring all the required information together. Here are nine simple rules for interacting with your collaborators: Use clearly defined and

WILL YOU BE WRITING AN ERC STARTING OR CONSOLIDATOR GRANT IN 2014?

If you are planning to submit an ERC Starting or Consolidator Research Grant in 2014, here are a few tips to help: Start early. – Most applicants (in our experience) start too late, and the quality of the proposal suffers as a result. Create a blueprint before you start writing.

ASK YOUR PEERS TO COMMENT ON YOUR DRAFT RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL.

When writing your research grant application, do you take the time to ask some of your peers or a few respected leaders in your field to critically review your proposal?¬†If not, it may really be worth considering. Critical feedback and input, when your proposal is in its ‘first full draft

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