IRC Laureate Information Session
15 May 2 pm
DCU Research Support Office will host an information session on the aims of the new Irish Research Council call, eligibility criteria and the application process on Monday, the 15th of May, at 2 pm, Invent Building, Seminar Room (4th floor). Register here
DCU Business Matchmaker Event
DCU will host its third Business Matchmaker event on 11th
in The Helix. This is an opportunity for you to meet one-to-one with companies interested in R&D and discuss how your expertise can help them. DCU Invent will be on hand to offer advice on funding and collaboration mechanisms. Register here.
Grant Writing Workshop for Researchers and Academics
18 May/8 June
Research and Innovation Support and the Learning and Development Section of Human Resources are running this course for Researchers as part of the Research Development Programme. Find out more
Research Development Courses
Learning & Development have a number of Researcher Development courses coming up over the next few weeks.
Please refer to the individual course pages for details and how to enrol.
Debate about Experts
The Wellcome Trust invite participation in an online debate to explore the role of expertise in research, policy making and wider society, to explore whether the suggested pushback against expertise in media and politics is hindering research. The #ExpertDebate is taking place on their Facebook
Info Session on Co-operative Research Programme (CRP) Funding
The OECD provides an opportunity to access funding for Research Fellowships and Conferences
through its Cooperative Research Programme (CRP)
: Biological Resource Management for Sustainable Agricultural Systems
). An info session willl be held at Agriculture House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 on Tuesday, May 2nd
2017 from 11:00 – 13:00. Details from Liam Finnegan
Horizon 2020 SC-2 Information Week 2017
Outline information on the 2017 Horizon 2020 SC2 Info Week is now available on-line here
. Registration will open in September.
Save the Date - 1 Day Workshop on Responsible Conduct of Research
This workshop will be delivered by experts from the University of Maryland, in association with the Research Support Office. It will cover a number of topics relating to the responsible conduct of research, including research ethics, data management, authorship and peer review. The programme is currently being finalised and registration will be opened in early May.