Research Services Events

Recent Events

 

 

UKRO visit - Tuesday 13 December 2016

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Click to see Programme for 13 December 2016
Slides from UKRO open sessions 

 

RHUL H2020 Consortium Building

RHUL H2020 Proposal Evaluation

RHUL EU Referendum and Implications

 RHUL EU contact

janice.cullen@rhul.ac.uk

   
   

EU clinics - Horizon2020 research programme

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Tuesdays 13.00-14.00
Senior Common Room 13 and 20 October 2015
Hub Coffee Bar 27 October and 3 November 2015
Cafe Jules 10 and 17 November 2015
for academics and research administrators
just turn up at the table and speak with Janice Cullen, EU Grants & Proposals Manager

Research Funding Opportunities & Proposals

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Presenter Craig Bryce
Date 7th January 2015
Event Details This event provided information on: 
  • “Research Grants” – what do we mean?
  • The role of Research Support Offices at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and Royal Holloway specifically
  • Primary funding bodies & opportunities for Early Career Researchers
  • Proposal budgets (full Economic Cost – fEC)
  • Writing the science
A PDF version of the event slides can be found here

 

Open Access for REF2020 and Research Data Management: What do researchers need to know?

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Presenters Steven Hill, Head of Policy at HEFCE, Martin Donelly, Senior Institutional Support Officer, DCC,Nancy Pontika and Dace Rozenberga,
Date 22nd October 2014
Event Details The recent changes in funders’ policies have placed a strong emphasis on wider accessibility of publicly funded research, by providing open access to research publications and ensuring accessibility and reuse of research data. This event will focus on HEFCE’s open access policy for REF2020 and the best practice for research data management. We will also introduce the services and support available at Royal Holloway to help researchers meet the funders’ requirements and follow the best practice in the field.
Event slides from Martin Donnelly's presentation can be found here
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18/11/2017