SFI Spokes Programme Update: The Fixed and Rolling Call Programmes will remain available to researchers as mechanisms to add new partners to SFI-funded Centres. SFI are adjusting their guidelines for spokes applications-including increasing the industry cash share from 10% to 30% for the fixed spokes call - full details will be available in the updated call documentation due for launch in Q4 2015 with a deadline in Q1 2016 for the Fixed Call. You can find more details here.
Wellcome Trust reviewers: The Wellcome Trust is currently seeking people to sit on their peer-review panels. Closing date for applications is 9 September 2015. You can find more information about this on the Wellcome Trust website
DCU to host DRHA 2015 conference: Dublin City University will welcome colleagues from all over the world on 1st – 3rd September for the annual Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference ‘DRHA Dublin 2015 – Digital World. Digital Responses’. Click here for the full programme.
Mapping Popular Music in Dublin is seeking volunteers to complete a survey for their research. You can find out more about the project here.
ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology at Dublin City University and nine other European partners have won €3 million funding for a three year three-year TraMOOC project that will provide reliable machine translation for MOOCs. For more information click here.