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How to write a successful grant application

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  • UserDr Eoin O'Sullivan Director, Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy (CSTI) World_link
  • ClockTuesday 04 October 2016, 12:00-14:00
  • HouseDepartment of Engineering - LR3.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Holly Shaw.

Being a good researcher is not enough to flourish today in academia – you have to be able to win grants against ever-increasing competition. This seminar will discuss important good practices, impart some tips and hints for how to stand out from the crowd and give you ideas of how to succeed in this most complex of games arenas.

The session will be presented by Dr Eoin O’Sullivan who has literally written the book on the subject (“The Grant Writer’s Handbook”), has an enviable record in winning funding and has, by his own admission, read more research proposals than is good for one. So come along and learn from an expert.

Tuesday 4th October, 12:00 for a 12:30 seminar Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street

Eoin’s sessions are always popular, so please signup soon for attendance by contacting Holly Shaw (has50@eng.cam.ac.uk).

This talk is part of the Collaboration Skills Initiative series.

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